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Add Decorative Splendor with Vintage Art Deco Chandeliers

The easiest way to get your interiors roaring? Art Deco chandeliers. Whether you opt for the era’s geometric, machinist-inspired offerings or more romantic, Art Nouveau-inspired riffs, we carry Art Deco-style chandeliers that will accentuate any interior. Not sure where to begin? Try antique Art Deco chandeliers from a legendary maker like Muller Frères. The Lunéville, France glass company is perhaps best known for their Art Nouveau chandeliers, but they produced hundreds of epic Art Deco chandelier styles throughout the 1920s as well. Use one of their inverted geometric Art Deco chandeliers in a powder room to complement a classic William Morris wallpaper and set a convivial yet sophisticated mood. Looking for a larger chandelier to add gravitas to an entryway? Try an Art Deco lantern chandelier. Look for large tiered models salvaged from old theaters and hotels as well as more modern interpretations from contemporary makers like Currey & Co. Looking for an Art Deco crystal chandelier that crosses the elaborate beauty of a traditional drop crystal chandelier style with Art Deco’s more streamlined aesthetic? Look for waterfall or fountain chandeliers as well as dainty tiered crystal chandeliers with Art Deco metalwork adorning the top of the canopy. The latter, which you’ll occasionally see deemed “wedding cake” chandeliers, are perfect for dressing up small spaces such as closets, bathrooms, and kitchen nooks. Desire a true statement piece? Look for glass and brass Art Deco chandeliers featuring iconic motifs of the era like “plumage,” feathers, or leaves. Storied glass maskers like Orrefors interpreted the classic motif several times throughout the 20th century, creating single-tier chandeliers as well as more elaborate double and triple-tier models.