Published at Sunday, February 25th, 2018 - 12:15:27 PM. Chandelier. By Armina Jomphe.
We commonly think of "antique chandeliers" as those sparkly monstrosities with several tiers of crystal ornaments from the Victorian Era. Although contemporary interior designers say that these chandeliers have gone out of style, these "classics" have made several comebacks over the decades. This is proof enough that these chandeliers have a timeless charm that not only appeals to all people, but can easily complement any type of motif ranging from Minimalist to ultra-modern decor.
Today's beautiful chandelier pieces are far removed from the ancient candle holders of the medieval castle. Such usefulness had a purpose in the age of knights and feudal vassals; today's chandeliers communicate an entire different message, "art, prestige and a symbol of wealth and status". Whether traditional or contemporary, the chandelier light illuminates today's' more social and gregarious homeowner. Our European ancestors would never have imagined the framework of the chandelier would distinguish entire rooms, separate floor plans, and offer beauty all while providing the warmth and beauty of light.
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