Stars of the Ceiling - 405 Magazine

Stars of the Ceiling

A shining selection of chandeliers that could be the newest stars of your home.


In my opinion, nothing is more stunning – and attention-getting – than perfect lighting in a room. It is such an important element when it comes to design that it’s no wonder you can find light fixtures occupying the middle of the room; everything from a chandelier to a pendant to a lantern. But let’s not leave it there. These works of art aren’t just for the middle of the room anymore – you may find one over a sink or in a corner nook, or anywhere you want some stylish illumination. A well-placed hanging light can bring so much charm to a living space. The choices are literally endless in number and endlessly beautiful. Here are just a few that deserved to be highlighted.


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Calais 34” chandelier in gilded iron, $3,750 | Modern globe lantern in antique burnished brass, $5,700 | O’Connor chandelier in hand-rubbed antique brass, $7,500 | Cristol tiered chandelier in hand-rubbed antique brass with white strie glass, $2,000 all from Me Home.


Plantation linear pendant in antique burnished brass, $3,500 from Me Home.


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HV Astoria chandelier in cast metal and opal-etched glass, $1,800 | CC Grand Lotus gold chandelier in wrought iron and antique gold leaf finish, $1,450 | CC stratosphere blown glass ball chandelier in wrought iron with silver leaf finish, $3,650 all from One Eleven Lighting.


VC Bonnington crystal chandelier in brass or nickel finish, $5,250 from One Eleven Lighting.


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Pendant chandelier with gild and matte gunmetal finish, also available in gold, silver and cream finishes, $2,599 | Kate Spade New York 58” mobile chandelier in soft brass or polished nickel with blown glass globes, $2,095 | Traditional aged iron glassless lantern chandelier, $750 all from Mister Robert.