To add an Old World European touch to this all-black-and-white bathroom, an aged iron chandelier with rope-clad rods was chosen. In addition to its classic lines, the neutral tones and rough textures of the chandelier's mixed materials help throw the overall look off slightly.
The contemporary boy's bedroom features touches of nautical inspiration through the canoe bookshelf and rope chandelier. Bright blue walls are punctuated with accents of red, while deep brown woods and striped bedding help to ground the space.
A rope chandelier, zebra-print area rug and matching throw pillow create a cohesive, eclectic feeling in this bedroom. Combined with more traditional furniture, including built-in shelving and plantation shutters, the transitional room evokes a timeless feel.
A stunning, custom wood table is the focal point in this crisp white, contemporary dining room. Floor to ceiling windows allow gorgeous natural light to fill the space while a metal and rope chandelier adds some rustic flair.
A metal chandelier adds a formal touch to the sitting area of this neutral transitional living room. Delicate settees flank the fireplace, while the rope-covered trunk nearby adds an antique element to the space.
Nautical and tropical elements adorn this bright, open coastal kitchen. Reclaimed wood ceiling beams are reminiscent of driftwood washing up on shore, and the chandelier boasts heavy rope, as if from a sailboat. Horizontally paneled, white painted walls add to the seaside charm.
Heavy, rope-tied drapes with tasseled edge create an elegant frame over the entryway to this dresser cubby. Light reflects off the mirror dresser and catches the sheen in the white wallpaper pattern. Leopard print carpet connects the cubby to the the adjoining sitting room with small pineapple ottoman and gold chandelier with crystal details.
A contemporary-yet-rustic staircase leads to the second floor of the home while a floor-to-ceiling window wall offers unobstructed views for days. Black metal lanterns hang on nautical rope for a unique chandelier in the entryway.
Due to the irreplaceable nature of Biltmore House's architecture and antiques, no heavy equipment is used to transport or position the massive 35-foot Fraser fir. Instead, the crew carefully raises it using ropes and pulleys, carefully avoiding the Banquet Hall's chandelier.
A balcony offers a bird's eye view of this traditional great room, where the central dining space flows into the kitchen, living room and sun deck beyond. A large lantern-style chandelier has the size and presence to light the space, while the nautical feel of its rope-like design complements the home's coastal location and theme. The dining room opens to the outdoor space and offers comfortable, lounge-style seating, inviting guests to linger and enjoy the ocean views.