Dear People Who Read this Blog,
Today I am lucky enough to feature a guest blogger. Her name is Susi, and she represents Design Shuffle. Their site has an unlimited supply of design photos which I find to be truly inspirational. I hope you enjoy.
Hi, I’m Susi and I can usually be found writing for Design Shuffle, a cool social media site for designers and their interior design projects from around the world. I’m lucky to be asked to guest blog at cool blogs like Open House. I’m excited to be sharing eight chic candelabra I found. Perfect for lighting a holiday table, mantle or coffee table, candelabra can be chic and modern, as well as formal and ornate. You can use one candelabrum or a pair for bigger impact. Hope you enjoy!
This pair of elegant candelabra was designed by Eva Solo. A pair of modern candelabra on a side board or credenza looks so chic in a dining room.
Mixing candelabra and candlesticks made from the same material gives the illusion of a large scale candelabrum. I love the mix of shapes in these glass candlesticks and candelabra.
The scale and weight of the Umbra Candorah Candelabra give it an old world style with sleek modern flair. The circular shape recalls antique silver candelabra.
Do you love this candelabrum for a fall or winter holiday table? It could work year round in rustic chic living room designs. It’s so sculptural in an organic way.
From the UK store, John Lewis, comes this chic two-light candelabrum. Made from curving steel it would be perfect in a contemporary or eclectic room.
This chic cardboard and test tube candelabrum is a clever DIY project for the crafty amongst us. It was spied on Etsy but is no longer available. We think it’s a very clever idea.
Sleek recycled aluminum and Lucite make this a cool modern style candelabrum that would be perfect on a coffee table, mantle or buffet.
This faceted black candelabrum is from the Scandinavian design house of Muuto by Louise Campbell. Inspired by crystal facets these are finished in a black matte rubber for a super contemporary feel.
Any of these lovely pieces could be used as a focal point for beautiful decorating ideas in any room, including bedroom designs. Thank you to Open House for allowing Susi to visit today! For more, check out Design Shuffle, where you can find interior inspirations or connect with Boston interior designers, San Francisco interior designers and more!