ISSUE 44  |  British Estates

10 Easy Pieces: Modern Halo Chandeliers

November 04, 2009 11:40 AM

BY Julie Carlson

Noticed recently: appealing modern—yet simultaneously medieval—halo chandeliers, with wood, iron, stainless, and even chainmail components.

Above: An industrial/rustic chandelier at the Ace Hotel in Portland, Oregon.

Above: The simple cast-iron Halo Chandelier by Vance Kitira accommodates candles up to three inches in diameter and is $99 at Jaqlene.

Above: The Farol Chandelier by UK designers Bowles and Linares is made with either negra steel or aluminum rings, chains, rose; fittings are of black silk cable; available through Mint in London.

Above: Chainmail Chandelier Round; go to Ochre for information.

Above: Double-Tier Eucalpytus Chandelier with patinated brass frame and bronze leaves; go to Ochre for information.

Above: Oversize, two-tier iron chandelier by Oakland-based blacksmith John Sarriugarte of Form and Reform for Camino Restaurant in Oakland; contact Sarriugarte directly for information.

Above: The Halo Chandelier from Sausalito-based Roost is $270 at Velocity Art & Design.

Above: Chandelier Chandelier, designed by British architect David Chipperfield for Fontana Arte, is $4,030 at Ylighting (also available in a two-tier model).

Above: The Candelieria Chandelier from Robert Abbey is available in a patinated bronze or polished nickel finish; $657.80 at Lumens.

Above: Fairfax Chandelier from Conant Metalworks; $850.

Above: The Glansa pendant lamp from Ikea features a powder-coated steel frame with LED bulbs; available in black or white for $29.99.