The Pearl of Belgravia - Chandelier details

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The Pearl of Belgravia - Chandelier details

Here is a photograph of the chandelier details in the property. Because this particular project marries the classic with the contemporary, it's interesting to see here the same level of fine detail a traditional chandelier would feature, with a more modern silouette. Where there would normally be ample amounts of small beads and detail, instead sits parallel lines and a few modern lamps. The centre of this chandelier has rope style rods that connect all 8 of the lamps together in a circular frame. The chandelier is made up of this project's main accent colour - gold. The gold of the chandelier compliments the warm but pale colour of the ceiling, which is also highly decorated. An intricate floral pattern surrounds the centre of the room where the chandelier meets the ceiling. In between the lamps you can see the patterns of the ceiling fanning out into the rest of the room. Neatly surrounding this free spirited pattern is a border, made up of delicate swirls. The ceiling is one of the most prominent period features of this room.  

 
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