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Statement Chandeliers

Put a crowning touch on your room with one of these artful creations

From the Editors of Lighting

There is more than one way to connect disparate decor elements in a room. Take this "Douville" chandelier from Eurofase: Its metal frame gives a nod to the trim piees that dress up the ceiling.

In Schonbek's "Florabella," the classic chandelier gets an update with floral-inspired insets.

Black is a design-perfect companion to gold. On the "Polaris" chandelier from Uttermost, contrasting interior-exterior finishes halo around the light source.

Gold-and-black tassels update the standard silhouette on Schonbek's "Tassau" chandelier.

This overscale beaded beauty drips with drama. Offering a fresh take on the traditional beaded chandelier, the 12-light "Chappellet" from Arteriors Lighting presents a classic form blended with artisan features, including swags of graduated ivory crackle resin beads and an iron framework wrapped in antique brass wire.

The timeless crystal chandelier takes a turn to the organic in the six-light "Eve" fixture from Fredrick Ramond. Its nature-inspired crystals "grow" out of glittering champagne-gold arms.

Runway trends sparked the design for the "Vintner Blanc" chandelier from Currey & Company. Its "ruffle" detailing—actually pieces of frosted glass made of recycled bottles—offers a distinctive look. A silver-leaf finish complements the white hue of the glass.

Opulent crystals always add panache to a lighting fixture. In the "Vesca" from Swarovski Lighting, graceful clean-lined arms mesh with open bulbs, all accented by a jewel box worth of dazzling crystals.

The "Flow" from Varaluz offers a striking cascade of gold. Its hand-forged design is sure to captivate.

Burnished silver and various-size crystals combine in the "Lucia" from Allegri by Kalco Lighting, a modern twist on a classic form.