Learning From Las Vegas

Vegas is synonymous with Crystal Chandeliers so here are some inspirations for some Contemporary Crystal Chandeliers can go from a Las Vegas Hotel….to your home.

An exciting new presentation for a fantasy filled Vegas inspired project has me combing my design library and finding a home for some amazing crystal chandeliers. Here’s some inspiration if you want to lounge up or glam up your space… Traditionalists beware, not for the faint of heart.

The Hudson Chandelier above is breathtaking and may just inspire my client who was wild for the Cosmopolitan’s Chandelier Bar…

I see the similarities, do you?

If thats a bit over the top for your home and your looking for a simpler, crystal inspired but over-the-top chandlier, here are a few others to consider…

I love the traditonal and transitional look of this Dining Room and of course, the great chandelier. Room Designed by Tobi Fairley.

Tiny champagne bubble emerge graciously from this Murano crystal chandlier. If only they would float just as effortlessly into my champagne flute.

This Swarovski Crystal Chandelier is both elegant and modern. Like a musical note.

Four times the crystal? Still love the idea of hanging multiples. Swarovski crystals do it again and again and again and again.

If it’s a single piece you desire, Mark Cutler had this amazing single chandelier designed, Capiz shell design. Here’s a simplified version.

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Lead Designer and Owner of Jennifer Davis Interior Design Contact: www.jenniferdavisinteriordesign.com
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