- n. Plural form of chandelier.
“In the centre of a round table under one of the chandeliers is a flaring Venice glass as pure as a drop of dew and of a quaintly lovely shape; on the crystal water therein lies a single white Water Lily, fragrant snow and gold.”
“In fact, it is surprising to see how many of the original ideas are still intact – even the pyrotechnics and Mercury and Jupiter descending from the ceiling in chandeliers are still here.”
“This light was featured at 100% Design London this year and, along with his hanging silverware chandeliers, is another stunning example of the Iranian designer’s approach to contemporary lighting [...]”
“This light was featured at 100% Design London this year and, along with his hanging silverware chandeliers, is another stunning example of the Iranian designer’s approach to contemporary lighting design, exemplifying the beauty of recycling objects for new purposes.”
“When you walk in the room, you flip the switch on and first the chandeliers, which is Chinese-style lanterns, turn on and then there's a short delay and all of the lights flicker that light the shoes up and it's really exciting.”
“The chandeliers are a great touch as are the black and white photos.”
“Jan and Jerry's design has many unexpected components such as chandeliers for bedside lighting, a very long dining room table constructed from individual tables, a built-in window seat with storage, stick candleholders in the master bathroom shower, and a jewelry stand on the kitchen countertop.”
“Higher up on the price scale are intricate hanging "chandeliers" or standing "trees" and "towers," large Medusa tangles made of hundreds of twisting tubes and corkscrews of glass fitted onto metal armatures, which go for $200,000 and up.”
“Meticulous attention has been paid to details such as chandeliers and wall medallions.”
“End-caps at Lowe's can have items such as chandeliers with Italian crystal beads with prices topping $200.”
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