This would be cool in a Swarovski Crystal Cascading Light Shade
Modern Interior Ligting Swarovski Crystal continues to add its sparkle to all aspects of our lives with its new line of wall elements. Swarovski Architecture has wall and ceiling elements that create a new dimension with light and reflective accents.
crystal lighting, purple for dance party
Swarovski Cupola by Piero Lissoni
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lamps & lights & lighting - Swarovski Crystal Cascading Light I don't know where I would put this but I would find somewhere!
“In Jannah, there is a gate called Ar-Rayyan: a door which the Saa’imoon will enter from, no one else except them. It will be announced, ‘Where are the Saa’imoon?’ and the Saa’imoon will stand. No one except them will enter from the gate called Rayyan.
💜 Lamp with burning candle
☀ sinos e luzes - Moroccan lanterns
we enjoy the subdued lighting from candles and use lanterns when sitting outside at night or in the gazebo. Lanterns protect the candles from the wind and add ambiance.
this swarovski cascade chandelier is just plain opulent! if you have the ceiling height for it.
The Swarovski Cascade Chandelier gives me goosebumps everytime I see it. It literally takes my breath away.
This Cascade Chandelier was designed for Swarovski‘s Crystal Palace series in 2003 by Belgian architect Vincent van Duysen. It stretches from the ceiling diameter at ceiling) and drapes onto a table or floor using strings of LEDS and weighs 661 pounds.
Vincent Van Duysen was born in Lokeren, Belgium. He attended Architecture school at the Institute Saint-Lucas in Ghent and founded his design studio in Antwerp
Having a little fun with water and my flash again. I should add that except for cropping and a slight exposure adjustment, this is SOC -- no color pumping or anything. I "gelled" my with a bottle of purple dish soap.
Grab your sunglasses, because today we’re visiting a summer color. Summer makes me think of key lime pie. And yes I know key limes are yellow. But it tastes like lime and lime is … you know, the color lime … So c’mon … Continue reading →