French country and softly worn...slightly primitive.....dainty and distressed.....southern charm in cool neutrals....
Still not very exact but I'm sure you have painted a lovely picture in your mind.
I am really concentrating on minimizing my home's palette to whites, creams and grays with subtle accents of blue and perhaps yellow. So now my conundrum.....
when she was done...it was like a saltine war zone.
first thing in the morning...apparently where they spent the night...
Excuse the horrible phone pics....but you get my drift, 2 dogs with no furniture respect and a adorably crummy 1 year old (excuse her ridiculously mis-matched getup....she's usually quite polished :) ) So another challenge of making my house a home is making it also indestructible whilst keeping with my palette of lovely stain attracting colors.
But to the REAL reason for this post....I
I hope you are preparing yourself for this eye candy.
This 12 arm Italian beauty is the epitome of rustic elegance. I adore the almost weightless arms, each with a different shape. This is simply perfection.
French Gothic Chandelier
I can see this in my bathroom....I NEED this in my bathroom!
(.....but not at $2k)
Primitive/Americana, less ornate, but still charming.
I can't explain my love for this, those dainty wooden charms and the leaves!!
I think I die a little each time I look at this image. How can one chandelier be so elegant and whimsical and softly distressed and SERIOUSLY pull it all off?!
I would definitely want to lighten up the wooden body of these two primitive numbers, but the shape is so fantastic, and the sweet primitive "wax drip cuppy things" (<--my words) are presh!
Late 19th century Italian 6 light chandelier.
Scroll work is stunning!
Now just to find one budget-friendly beauty (or five), paired with a ceiling medallion, maybe a burlap chain cover, and my life...as we know it...will be complete.