White Hickory Branch Chandelier



I love people with imagination and creativity because they are able to turn dull simple things into works of art by simply adding their inspiration and genius. That is what separates a serial product from a masterpiece. So if you want your home to be unique and like no other, you must try t find a person who is able to design and manufacture things like this White Hickory Branch Chandelier . This beautiful chandelier has branches, so I guess you can also call it a “branchelier” if you want to. It is essentially a big chandelier that is adorned with long and artistic-looking hickory branches.

The hickory branches are smaller or bigger, depending to the spot where they will be placed, but they are all carefully cleaned and dried and after that lacquered so as to look their best when turned into little pieces for the chandelier. Then they are arranged in a careful and artistic way, resulting in an amazing item of lighting. The White Hickory Branch Chandelier  was created by the guys from Collier West and looks like floating into thin air, almost surreal but also so romantic. The chandelier works with 11 Candlebra based bulbs, being perfect for large rooms. One such unique chandelier can be bought for $2,400.


Published by in Lighting, on June 26th, 2012

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