We are also drooling over the Atelier Chandelier by Sonneman from Lumens. The branches are all adjustable which would make for a seriously fun customizable look. Again, it still hangs a little high for our ceiling to table height, but we are crossing our fingers we can keep it as an option.
The one on the top left feels a little too industrial, the one on the top right we would like more with different bulbs (easy fix) but it might not take up enough visual space, and the bottom center one Chris has vetoed because of the part that hangs down–haha, he isn’t a fan. Fair enough.
So that is where we stand now and by the end of the week, we hope to be standing with a new chandelier in our hands or on its way. Feel free to chime in with your favorite!
Check out more honorable non-mentions on our lighting pin board.
LOVING the first one. So amazing. I am sad your string ball chandelier didn’t hold up! Sad! But these ones will be timeless. Excited to see what you choose!
The first and the last are my favorites. Very industrial-looking.
I LOVE the first one from Shades of Light!
I’m in love with the first one from Shades of Light!! It is absolutely gorgeous!
I like the Atelier Chandelier the most!
PS: I DIY’ed a string pendant lamp for my old condo’s dining room a few years ago and I used fabric stiffener and it held up fine. Just a little tip in case you try making one again :)
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