The New Way for Light in Fine Antiques

In the styling of antiques, the objects themselves can not evolve, but the ways in which we use them should. The element of antiques that keeps people’s interest is the history and story within them. Providing light in a home has a long history starting with fires and evolving into chandeliers. The purpose has changed and evolved from necessity to luxury. We can tell this history and keep it alive with the way we use our fine European antiques in today’s design aesthetic. The chandelier in its invention was tied to class and wealth. They were only seen in churches, abbeys and gathering areas as they were expensive. It is hard to look at any chandelier without feeling a bit of extravagance.

Chandeliers of all kinds are still apart of high-end decor around the world. It has even found a place amongst more functional basic layouts as a centerpiece or focal point. A way to provide light within a building has become one of the most important design aspects in decor today. No matter the design aesthetic, high-end antique chandeliers have gone from only appearing in entryways of grand halls to small DIY cabins in the woods. One fine antique