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A chandelier that’s not primarily crystal, metal, or wood? Now that’s a bright idea! Yes, this Malibu chandelier is technically a light fixture, but it’s really more like jewelry, no?
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The turquoise resin beads remind me of a necklace — and just as a statement piece around your neck can pull an outfit together, this chandelier can pull a room together. (You must see these hot shots of it in a nursery on the HGTV Canada site.) Add that to the casually-dramatic dome shape, and you got a winner on your hands. Or ceiling, as it were.


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8 Responses

  1. CplusE says:

    That chandelier is beautiful! I am not usually drawn to chandeliers, but like you I am attracted to ones that are made from unusual materials. The original Millennium Chandelier was made from exploded party poppers collected in London after the millennium celebrations:


    It also comes in an all-black version, but I prefer the colorful one!

  2. Lili@HGTV says:

    Oh I love it in the nursery with the fuschia! I actually saw a turquoise chandelier hanging in a display window at my local Anthropologie and it literally stopped me in my tracks it was so pretty. I can't find it on their site now, unfortunately. Fun twist on the traditional chandelier.

  3. Briana@HGTV says:

    Isn't it fun? I wish you could find that Anthro chando on the site. I'd love to know more about it! Maybe this calls for further investigation…

  4. Moonbeam says:

    Love this except for the frazzled looking little tassle at the bottom — looks frayed. Fix that, and it's great.

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Briana MowreyBriana is a writer and senior editor for HGTV.com. Her self-described design style is "mid-century modern magpie." She lives in a Brooklyn apartment with her husband, their spoiled dachshund, Chauncey,...


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