Color Trends 2019: How To Use White & Gold In A Luxury Decor

Color Trends 2019

Gold and White accents left us in the ’80s, but it is once again back and popular. The mixing of white and gold colors is one of the classiest choices ever. And today, Modern Chandeliers decided to show you some amazing lighting products that represent this trend perfectly! Hope you feel inspired:

 

EMPIRE CHANDELIER 

Color Trends 2019: How To Use White & Gold In A Luxury Decor

The Empire Chandelier is inspired by the stunning architecture of The Empire State Building. It’s a masterpiece with an extravagant shape, capable of transforming every space into a stunning scenario. Due to its vigorous personality, it creates an exclusive atmosphere.

Color Trends 2019: How To Use White & Gold In A Luxury Decor

The Empire suspension gets its inspiration from the Empire family’s first creation, the Empire chandelier. This exclusive fixture is made with one elegant layer of brass and crystal glass that will fit perfectly in any space.

 

EMPIRE PENDANT

Like a precious treasure, this noble and elegant pendant is an exceptional decorative element of the Empire`s family, with a discrete side. Inspired by the Empire State Building created with brass and crystal glass, finished with gold plated, ideal to use with more than one piece.

 

EMPIRE WALL

Color Trends 2019: How To Use White & Gold In A Luxury Decor

The Empire wall gets its inspiration on The Empire State Building and that’s why this creation is so powerful and capable to transform every space in a stunning scenario.

 

EMPIRE PLAFOND 

The Empire plafond was made not only to offer the best functional lighting but also to decorate any space with its glaring and sublime design. Suitable for the most exquisite projects and produced with the best materials.

 

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