Designer Lighting: See Jonathan Adler’s Most Exquisite Chandeliers ⇒ Jonathan Adler is best known for bringing grooviness into one’s home by introducing vibrant and eclectic designs, from one-of-a-kind furniture designs to highly original wall mirrors or even pottery, not to mention, of course, the most exquisite and refreshing modern chandeliers.
In today’s article, Modern Chandeliers will showcase a series of interior design ideas featuring some of the most exquisite lighting designs produced by the Jonathan Adler brand, all of which certainly make a chic and sparkly statement mainly due to their striking shapes and stunning scale
The iconic Meurice chandelier was designed as a modern and glamorous response on classic bamboo and it sure does its purpose when placed in this remarkably decorated bedroom design, adding all the sculptural touch needed in this division.
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In this lively and colorful living room design, one can find the Puzzle chandelier, a unique piece inspired by a house of cards. This unique lighting design is made of sheets of solid brass and then layered into a dynamic composition acquiring an astoundingly modern architectural form.
Electrum truly represents the perfect blend of minimalism and modernism. Perfect for living room areas, this eccentric modern chandelier features a glowing orb that is enhanced by the presence of Space Age-inspired rings of polished brass and nickel. In this case, Electrum provides a clean visual aesthetic to this living room that has both a groovy and traditional feel to it.
Adler brought using architectural features in lighting to a whole new level with the extraordinary Milano Component chandelier. This intriguing modern chandelier becomes rather intriguing due to its rows of tooled posts that form an accordion-inspired silhouette, that will make any interior space look as regal as possible.
Versailles is one of the most stunning and bold modern chandeliers ever produced by Jonathan Adler and his team. This astonishing piece was inspired by scrolling Neoclassical candlesticks that make quite a statement in a living room decor.
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