A wonderful vintage statement chandelier is a perfect example of Slow Luxe Design. There certainly is nothing generic or mass-produced about a giant crystal ship chandelier! A big thank you to The Velvet Fantastic for this post.


I love a good statement chandelier, but when it comes in the form of a ship with it’s sails blowing in the wind, made out of crystal and hovering over a good room, well… I love it even better.

Muriel Brandolini study, Via Tokyo Ninja Blog.

Via Ariel Gordon Jewlery Blog . Designer unknown.

As if I needed another reason to want to be Jonathan Adler.  This is the living room he designed for Nanette Lepore.   Her Manhattan apartment was featured in his book Happy Chic Accessorizing.

Ken Fulk designed bath, featured in House Beautiful. Image via Sadie and Stella.

Dining Room by Branca Interiors via  KP.

Bunkroom designed by Joy Tribout.

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