8 Reasons Why the Meurice Chandelier Is the It Light Fixture You Need
Lighting doesn’t always get as much love as a statement couch or a hand-woven rug, but the truth is that an artfully-designed fixture can pull together an entire room. While designer options can run on the pricier side, often putting them into the “investment piece” category, they also figure prominently in the ambiance of your most coveted #decorinspo shots. Chandeliers bring immense luxe factor to any room, and we’re totally obsessed with pendant lights. But if we were to put our money where our mouth is and recommend the It light fixture to go all-in with, hands down, it would be Jonathan Adler‘s totally trending $1595 Meurice Rectangle Chandelier. The stunning metallic fixture is a certified work of art, and although it originally launched in 2012, it’s blowing up the most design-savvy instagram accounts on the daily. Scroll on to see why the it’s the piece to watch.
1. It’s classy AF: Lifestyle designers CC and Mike used the Meurice Chandelier to create dining room drama and offset richly colored walls.
2. It’s so chic: The Meurice adds a fizzy pop of pizazz to this modern, eclectic room. (P.S. We are totally digging that gold pig.)
4. Meurice works with simple: Even with a more understated aesthetic, the Meurice Chandelier, this time in nickel, adds cool factor to this clean kitchen.
5. It feels fresh: Our design icon Sarah Sherman Samuel took the wow factor of the Meurice and balanced it with white-on-white touches for a light-as-air feel to this room.
6. But it also feels homey: Marianne Strong Interiors has pulled off a warm and inviting space where the Meurice looks right at home. (How perfect is this for family dinners!)
7. Meurice is modern: A chrome pull-down faucet and retro patterned walls are a perfect match for the Meurice in a playful, modern kitchen space.
8. And also elegant: This dining space created by the Brianna Michelle Design Firm uses the Meurice to bring a formal note to this relaxed and refined Florida home. (Photo via Stephen Allen Photography)
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