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Modern Chandy Lighting - Love!

These super modern-yet-minimalist, deconstructed chandeliers came across my inbox in Wednesday's email.  They're on sale through Fab for the next week, but if you miss the window you can also buy them through their etsy shop.

Their modern, chic light fixtures are made from reclaimed wood & lamp parts.  All bulbs are standard base & can easily be replaced with a trip to the grocery or hardware store - bonus!  

Through the Fab sale, they range in price from $330 - $1,000.  Great prices for one of a kind, hand made chandeliers.  I love our current chandelier, but will be keeping them on our radar should we move.  If were were still in the loft in River North, I would have bought one of these FOR SURE!

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I wrote a comment but I think it died - apologies if this doubleposts...

Anyway - These are awesome! Although, I do know a certain blonde production designer that could probably make a matching set of these: one for you... and one for me! :D

May 14, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterPenny

What a clever use of those lights. They are very innovative and fun.

These are light design is very new to me. Glad to see some ideas that will help me on my next project.

May 20, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterplumbing

Ooh Penny, I didn't even think of that!! Good to keep in mind.... ;)

May 21, 2012 | Registered CommenterKristin

I'm incredibly in love with these lighting fixtures. They are rustic, yet modern. I wish they'd work in my rooms....even though I love them so much, not sure they'd work with my decor.

June 14, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterLighting Pro

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