Now that's a chandelier
Adam Wallacavage White Candelabra. Inspired by an obsession with the ocean and a fascination with extravagant interiors of old churches, Adam Wallacavage transformed the dining room of his South Philadelphia Victorian Brownstone into something from the pages of a Jules Verne novel. Teaching himself the ancient art of ornamental plastering, Adam evolved his new found skills into making plaster cast octopus shaped chandeliers as the final touch to his underwater themed room.
1940s Italian Crystal Hot Air Balloon Chandelier Italy 1940s A beautifully detailed & restored Italian crystal chandelier in the form of a hot air balloon.
Clarissa Glass Drop Chandelier - Pottery Barn
Spray paint through lace on bulbs