Add an eclectic chandelier to your home

When a room needs light, the chore could certainly be accomplished with something as simple as a light bulb. Yet, most of us prefer to upgrade what is practical with what is artful, interesting, and innovative.

Perfect examples of this are the Leitmotiv’s Wine Bottle Chandelier and its VINO Lamp, which whether placed in your lounge or over a dining room table would become impossible to ignore.

Leitmotiv vino lampOne is a 40 glass bottle and stainless steel fixture that is anything but inconspicuous. Each clear bottle rests on a spike and reflects the light that comes from four bulbs in the middle of the arrangement.

Chandelier Wine BottleThe other one displays 31 clear wine glasses that seem to float above your head and that reflect the light from a single bulb.

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Looking modern and interesting, these ceiling fixtures are bound to provoke conversation and become the center point of any room or space. Either fixture will prove to be the perfect chat starter at a future wine tasting party.

The wine bottle chandelier was designed for Leitmotiv by Bonne Plat. Leitmotiv’s mission is to offer home decorations that will add fun and a personal touch to your home. Plat’s design falls perfectly within that mission as it is his motto that: “The only meaning of life is having sense in living!”

The VINO Lamp is Elbert Draisma’s design. Of his art pieces he says: “With my work I try to bring astonishment, perception, knowledge and pleasure!”leitmotiv_wine_chandelier_kroonluchter

Experience Plat and Draisma’s artistic visions adding these eclectic light fixtures to your home!

3 thoughts on “Add an eclectic chandelier to your home

  1. Hello There. I found your blog using msn. This is a really well written article. I will be sure to bookmark it and come back to read more of your useful information. Thanks for the post. I will certainly return.

  2. I’ve always admire the effects portrayed by chandeliers, but using glass wine holders to make one? Never thought it’d be possible. Very nice innovation here!

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