The New Chandelier: Enlightened – and Elevated – Art
July 6th, 2016 | by Michelle
Chandeliers aren’t just for dining rooms anymore. Incorporating a stunning chandelier is an opportunity to have a floating piece of art that does far more than illuminate a room.
While the market grows for contemporary-style homes, many buyers are still opting for clean, yet traditional interiors. And with a reappearance of chandeliers in a plethora of different materials such as gold, brass, copper and crystal, they can create the perfect balance between traditional and modern in any home. Here’s how.
Whether you’re preparing your home for the market or searching for a new place to call home, take a cue from the artful lighting in the homes below.
Situated on 3.38 magnificent acres with a meandering creek, this extraordinary contemporary was designed to connect the inside to the outside. Family friendly, inviting and sophisticated, this home is perfect for living and dramatic entertaining. Listed by Pogir.
Nestled in the heart of the exclusive Williamsburg neighborhood of North Dallas, this stately six-bedroom home exudes all the best features of a French chateau. Exquisite carved doors, hand-painted murals and a rare crafted marble fireplace imported from France distinguish this home as one-of-a-kind. Listed by Gayle Johansen.
As you enter this show stopping home, elegance and luxury greet you with the formal dining room and home office flanking the entry. From the formal dining room, you have direct access to a convenient wet bar featuring a built-in ice maker, built-in wine refrigerator, sink and plenty of storage. Listed by Becky Frey.
A sweeping, grand staircase greets you upon entry met by a touch of sparkle from a dazzling crystal chandelier. Hand-scraped hardwood floors and countless designer upgrades offer timeless appeal to this home’s nearly 5,000-square-foot interior. Listed by Kim McAuliffe Price and Erika Orbin.
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