As we celebrate the arrival of 2019 and a fresh start for the New Year, what better way to celebrate the occasion by throwing the spotlight on the decorative elements that add sparkle, pizazz, and lavish finishing touches to room designs—chandeliers. In this post we focus on the eye-catching allure and delight that crystal and glass chandeliers can add to residential design.
As a Studio Designer user, you have access to a comprehensive array of superb crystal and glass chandeliers that range from the traditional styles that have adorned homes for centuries to contemporary versions that add dazzle to modern homes. In this post, we explore 14 chandelier styles from selected Vendor Partners including Arteriors, Boyd, Circa Lighting, Golden Lighting, Hudson Valley Lighting Group, Lumens, and Sotheby’s Home formerly known as Viyet. Most of these chandeliers can be added directly to Studio Designer user projects either by clicking the Studio OneClick icon or using the Studio Capture plug-in on your web browser.
Mark Moussa founded Arteriors in 1987 and has since become a global leader in sophisticated artisan lighting, furniture, wall decor, and decorative accessories. The modernist sleek edges of chandelier selections from Arteriors are ideal for contemporary décor.
This elegant three-tier chandelier features striking fluted glass rods that shimmer as the central focal point of a room.
Diamond-shaped glass form the “crystals” of this windchime style brass chandelier. This simplified but elegant chandelier would add sophisticated whimsy to any design.
Boyd Lighting has been creating statement lighting fixtures for over a century. Based in San Francisco, all of their pieces are handmade and geared to resemble the precision, craft, and beauty of fine jewelry.
This modern lighting piece has cascading crystal beads descending from a flush mount chandelier. Designed by Todd Rugee and winner of the ADEX award by Design Journal, you can get this piece in several bead sizes and strand lengths.
Designed by Thomas Fuchs for Boyd Lighting, this romantic fixture is made of semi-precious stones, crystal and Venetian glass beads with different metal finish options. This sparkling chandelier will suit a variety of rooms that need that final touch of romance.
Gale Singer founded Circa Lighting 20 years ago in Savannah, Georgia and is the premier distributor of Visual Comfort products, a company founded by her brother Andy Singer. Working in concert with her brother, she is devoted to beautiful and top-notch lighting design as well as keen devotion on always delivering an extraordinary customer experience.
J. Randall Powers is known for his multi-layered designs that blend traditional and modern aesthetics. This exquisite chandelier presents his streamlined and modern take on a classic crystal chandelier.
As part of the AERIN lighting collection that highlights old world glamour, this sensational chandelier resembles a priceless diamond necklace as the multi-faceted crystals catch the light marvelously.
Founded in 1982, Golden Lighting is a leader in providing residential lighting fixtures and decorative lighting products to the trade. The company has been long respected for understanding customer needs , industry trends, and applying their insight into its product designs.
This lighting fixture seems straight out of a fairy tale and even resembles Cinderella’s carriage. The crystal touches of this elegant, white chandelier add just the right amount of sparkle to a pretty design.
This transitional style allows a designer to get the best of both worlds, a chic lamp shade and the dazzle of chandelier crystals. The Bridal Veil shade is off-white when lit and pure white when the lights are turned off.
HUDSON VALLEY LIGHTING GROUP
Founder and President of Hudson Valley Lighting David Littman has nearly 35 years of experience in the lighting business and his boundless passion for his company shows no signs of slowing down. His company’s beautiful, high quality home lighting products find the perfect balance between “quality, beauty, and value.”
This radiant modern chandelier features bespoke glass attached to horseshoe arms that create a distinctive diffusion effect.
The crystal tiers of this graphite metal chandelier present a rustic elegance that could add unexpected elegance to an edgy design.
Founded in 2006, Lumens has always sought to be the best place to shop for lighting, fans, furniture and accessories for modern design aficionados. As a member of Be Original Americas, they assure the products they sell are the real deal—authentic, original designs and no reproductions or knockoffs.
This stunning and opulent crystal chandelier design is a signature design of Schonbek Lighting for good reason. This chandelier is versatile in contemporary or eclectic settings due to its unique configuration of inverted clear Swarovski crystals, an innovative design suggesting the growth of natural mineral crystal.
The exciting and otherworldly Swarovski Crystalon LED Linear Pendant takes the chandelier into the far future. Its design aims to decode a crystal's DNA with an asymmetrical configuration of crystals mixed together with hexagonal rings of stainless steel.
Just two months ago in October 2018, the Viyet you know and love was purchased by Sotheby’s Home. It has a new name but is still the best online consignment platform for buying and selling extraordinary pre-owned furniture, antiques, vintage pieces, art, lighting, collections, and much more.
The Tribeca Beacon Chandelier is a genius combination of black steel and bohemian crystal. This chandelier showcases the best in industrial interior design with this arresting juxtaposition of styles.
Made of Lucite, this radiant lighting fixture is made to resemble a magical crystal prism. This dazzling lighting fixture would add engaging sparkle to modern designs.
Studio Designer would love more suggestions from our users on the remarkable chandeliers you can source on the Internet. If you have used any of the above chandeliers in a room design, please share a photo with us by sending it to the email firstname.lastname@example.org and it will be featured directly in this blog entry.