Eclectic Interiors Using New Lighting Fixtures with Antiques

 1940's Illuminated French Art Deco Six Leg Dining Table with Two Skyscraper Chandeliers

1940's Illuminated French Art Deco Six Leg Dining Table with Two Skyscraper Chandeliers

Expand the diversity of choices for room design by bringing together old with new. Combining unlikely objects can add surprise, lightness and uniqueness to a space. It shows individual style and makes it personal. Adding a contemporary lighting fixture as a focal point can tie various styles together or help accentuate them. Natural materials within the lighting fixture, like glass wood, and real metal can help span generations of design and help bring a room together. Nothing exists on its own, so develop an eye to see what works. Explore merging old with the new. Fixtures we have seen pair well Are Dinner's Ready and Skyscraper Chandelier.

 Frankl Desk Circa 1951 with Dollup Square wall sculpture

Frankl Desk Circa 1951 with Dollup Square wall sculpture

Charles Vig