Two blown glass pendant lights add a pop of whimsy to this contemporary dining room featuring traditional chairs with a modern all-white finish. Abstract art and a glass wine rack add further character to the eclectic loft setting.
A crisp, classic black and white color palette in the foyer sets the tone for the rest of the home, which also boasts traditional color pairings. The blue and white blown glass chandelier is an unexpected choice that adds some whimsy to the entryway.
This winding staircase wraps around an ornate hand-blown glass chandelier before reaching a glass floor, which covers an indoor pond. LED lights illuminate the space with a soft blue glow for an underwater feel.
This luxury master bathroom is filled with opulent touches, from the amber blown glass chandelier to the marble floors to the Corinthian columns that flank the stately soaking tub. The shower features a decorative wall treatment that's on full view thanks to an unobtrusive glass entry.
A hand-blown Murano glass chandelier above the sink picks up on the vibrant red and yellow hues embedded into this eclectic kitchen. With fire-engine red appliances and bright yellow walls, the space is a piece of art in itself.
Crafted in hammered bronze, adorned with gold flake and Murano style mouth blown glass details, the chandelier holds eight golden candelabras. At the ends of sprawling ruby red ribboned arms, clear, glass covered builds flicker above the table below. A Moroccan-inspired Siamese chaise rests elegantly in the corner.
The living room's black powder coated chandelier with hand-blown glass globes provides stylish illumination over the seating area. The home's smart lighting system can be programmed to turn lights on and off at a set time each day.
Blown glass chandeliers, acrylic chairs and a row of cosmic pendants bring a feeling of lightness to this open, modern loft. Carved from the top floor of a century-old St. Louis warehouse, the 7,500-square-foot loft features 18-foot ceilings, original arched windows and industrial elements like exposed brick, concrete columns and metal piping. The open concept design is ideal for entertaining.
Designer Matty Adler of Echelon Custom Homes hoped to give this artistic homeowner exactly what she wanted in his kitchen design plan: an inspiring dose of red and plenty of artwork to fill the space with color in between. Matty added fire-engine red appliances to match the red-and-white checkerboard backsplash then added a hand-blown Murano glass chandelier above the sink to introduce even more unique color and energy into the room.