The Pearl of Belgravia - Chandelier details

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The Pearl of Belgravia - Chandelier details

Here we see the ceiling's chandelier from a different angle. At least 13 of the faux candle lights are visible from this side, implying that this is an ample light source to the room in the evening. The chandelier is secured tightly to the ceiling via a strengthened hook system. Surrounding the hooks to the chandelier is a decadent artexed pattern on the ceiling. The floral like swirls of the pattern leak out into the surrounding areas, and are neatened up again with a tight swirling border. Further out from the border, unique corner patterns bleed back into the centre of the room towards the light source. Here we can see all the glass details of the light source in their entirety. A grand and detailed light source which is greatly complimented by the use of a pale and neutral colour palette. This period feature is essential to the mood of the room, with shining antique textures it adds a stunning classical twist.

 
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