Luxury Lighting Design Trends from The Vault

Retro designs usually revisit the 1920s through 1940s. It picks up memories of Art Deco, Craftsman period, and the G.I. Jitterbug age. Glamor throws luxury and texture together. Wall treatments, upholstery, pillows, rugs, and throws create visual tension in design...
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Gold makes a clear statement. Gold sends a not so subtle message of warmth, wealth, and mastery. It shines best when it contributes to but does not the dominate interior design. Where gold had been limited to candlesticks, sconces, and...
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Geometry is fundamental to interior design. The design is a function of proportion, pattern, and shapes.  Historically, those patterns and shapes were rounded and floral. But, accentuating the geometry for its own sake seems very contemporary. Lines, angles, tangents, arcs,...
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For decades, choices in chandeliers were old school. Traditional brass and glass hung in colonial Williamsburg designs or extravagant imitations of French Empire modes with teardrop crystals Chandeliers had disappeared with the movement towards open floor plans when formal dining...
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