Night Blossom chandelier

When you say chandelier the first thing that probably pops into your head is the traditional version or the baroque chandelier, with a sumptuous design and lots of details carved on the surface. That’s usually the case. However, there’s also a different type of chandeliers, equally elegant and chic, but less formal. The Night Blossom chandelier is a modern adaptation of the sophisticated lighting fixture called chandelier.

Night Blossom chandelier

The Night Blossom comes in three different sizes, so you can choose the one that better fits your home. For the home with high ceilings and spacious rooms, the large version would be a good choice. This one measures H 165 × W 145 × D 90 cm. For smaller homes, a good option would be the small version, measuring H 86.4 × W 86.4 × D 50 cm. And if you still think this one is too big, there’s also a mini version. The dimensions of this one are H 53 × W 54 × D 15 cm.

Night Blossom chandelier

Whatever the size is, the Night Blossom will always have the same sophisticated look, resembling a piece of Victorian jewellery. The chandelier is actually made of two big branches that then get separated into smaller pieces. They are covered with dark blossoms that in a certain light seem either blue or green. It’s a different posture of the usual white or pink cherry blossoms and their fine texture.{found on tordboontje}

Published by in Lighting, on September 20th, 2011


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