Over the last several years the clear champion of the most original lighting designs has been Corbett Lighting. Corbett's portfolio features some of the most striking executions of lighting across all styles, from Swedish Modern, to Mediterranean, to Urban Rustic. Corbett's inspiration for its designs starts with the finest materials, from genuine mother of pearl to authentic pen shell. So it should come as no surprise that the name of this piece adorned with champagne glass bulbs from Venice Italy is the Venetian. Also available in vivid amethyst glass bulbs, the playful balance between the glass and the scroll tubing brings a subtle loving charm to any delicate decor. It doesn’t matter if your space is large or small the piece is also available in large multi tiered sizes for your grand foyers as well as miniature configurations for your small spaces and powder rooms. Never to be relegated to one particular style, this next piece shows off Corbett’s ability to marry one style to another seamlessly. Natural accents, like branches and antlers, evoke rustic woodlands. Clean lines and materials like silver finishes and glass, say contemporary. This piece from the Parc Royale is neither while being both. The clean lines and silver leaf finish of the bottom frame and the golden iced glass suggest that this chandelier belongs in some haute couture design home, but add the gold leaf branches that bring together the complete look and Parc Royale would fit anywhere, from a beach house in the Hamptons, to a cozy lodge in the Rocky Mountains. Corbett completes the spectrum of style, with a fine selection of clean contemporary design. The tenants of contemporary design are often simple. Clean lines, simple shapes, and pleasing color finishes. Corbett decided to honor the circle with their Cirque collection. The interloping circles of handcrafted iron and warm combination of the champagne leaf finish and the antique pearl glass make this chandelier from the Cirque collection the perfect finishing touch for any clean modern decor.
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