Photos from a customer in Virginia – a great Victorian restoration that includes the Charleston 6 and Jenny 4 from http://www.Chandelier.com.
#tbt from http://www.Chandelier.com. The Windsor chandelier in our showroom around 2000. Loved these Dragon chairs, which were originally in the King House (Idlewiess) in Leaksville.
If your chandelier is too bright (is that possible?), install a dimmer instead of a simple switch. You will be able to create a romantic mood and double the life of your bulbs. More tips at http://www.Chandelier.com.
The King’s Chandelier and http://www.Chandelier.com family tree as drawn by Franklin back in the late 1990’s. #tbt Fun people, fun times for a growing business!
The Swarovski crystal on our chandeliers sparkles like the April birthstone (diamond). Nobody uses Swarovski better than http://www.Chandelier.com
At http://www.chandelier.com, we love making custom chandeliers. We do more than just change the crystal or finish and call it custom. Send us ideas for your dream chandelier.
Still think a crystal chandelier doesn’t belong in the kitchen? Check out Chandelier.com’s board on Pinterest for some ideas that may change your mind! http://www.pinterest.com/kingschandelier/crystal-in-the-kitchen