If you have ever stepped into an Italian villa and been captivated by the beauty of a handmade Murano glass chandelier hanging imposingly from the ceiling, you can find that your design sensibilities lean towards luxurious. But do not discount pendant lights, which can also pack a design punch. After all, to quote the great architect Mies van der Rohe, sometimes, is less. Master blown glass pendant lights from Venice, Italy have been making celebrated Murano chandeliers for hundreds of years.
Incredibly ornate rolls, delicate leaves and vibrant color flowers. That is elements of typical traditional Murano chandelier. Schonbek Pendant Covered With Austrian Swarovski Crystals Easily Challenge The Elegance Of Blown Glass Chandeliers. The 27-pound Versailles mountain crystal pendant is crowned with dozens of diamond-like crystals. Chandeliers made of wrought iron are more rustic style. And blown glass pendant lights or craftsman style fit well in a traditional home.
When it comes to adding the wow factor to a home, blown glass pendant lights easily edge out the pendant. Create a grand entrance? This elegant pendant light sets the stage in the foyer. Create a cluster effect by grouping three to five small glass orb pendants in the toilet. And place them so that they can be seen from the hallway, too. Use a small single pendant to mark a sculpture or other objet d’art.