Gorgeous Chandeliers by David D’Imperio

It is already known the fact that nature has always represented a source of inspiration for all the artists. Those who made a passion for different elements of it came to show it through their artistic products. There are people who adore flowers, animals or life of the oceans and these elements appear as products of their creative work.

Gorgeous Chandeliers by David D’Imperio

It is also the case of David D’Imperio. He studied a lot the coral reefs of the Florida Keys and made a real passion for all that was related to sea life and organic form. This passion seemed to influence a lot is designs and thus he was able to create these gorgeous chandeliers. They are the expression of grace and fragility of nature shown by the delicate small flowers that spread a beautiful glow in the whole interior.These chandeliers are also an example of high quality and refined taste as they created in the studio, signed, hand finished and assembled.

Gorgeous Chandeliers by David D’Imperio

For those who love to welcome all their guests in a spectacular way in their homes the use of these chandeliers in their entrance hall represents a great option. Everybody will be charmed by the beauty of the delicate flowers and the wonderful glow which invade the interior.

Published by in Lighting, on September 27th, 2011


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