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  • Kristy Hunter

    "Someday I want a big backyard with big, old, sturdy trees, and I want to hang multiple chandaliers, like this one, from it and have backyard parties like it's no tomorrow." I, however, would use this inside in a dining room, bedroom, bathroom - anywhere.

  • Keri Feldman

    Powder Room Chandelier

  • Rachel Rose

    Interesting, beautiful decor and chandelier that totally compliments the whole house

  • Rachel Marks

    this is kinda similar to the light fitting in the bedroom of the first house we lived in :)

  • The Glitzy Pear  Michelle Inkley

    Lovely light fixture bedroom

  • Margaret King

    Bedroom? Lambent Sphere Chandelier #anthropologie

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oh. my. goodness. they've had this chair (only with a navy/ greyish background to the flowers) at anthro for over 3 years now. I think it's marked down to like $1000. Ha! It would be my dream chair. Oh. My.

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The original pinner wanted this in her closet. I want this over a great purple chair in a reading nook.

organic glam. pretty. $998.00 Intricate wrought iron stems twist and twine, punctuated by glimmering crystal leaves that enclose three flickers of light. style # 063168 Wrought iron, crystal 60 watt max, 6' chain; 18' cord, 18"H, 13" diam Professional hardwiring required Wrought iron, crystal 60 watt max 6' chain; 18' cord 18"H, 13" diameter

Orpheum Theatre, Minneapolis

A reminder of the sleek utility of early industrial designs, this elegant handmade fixture has a minimal footprint and a timeless silhouette.

Porcelain Cylinder - amorphous porcelain shades Gorgeous! I would definitely have some of these in my dream house. You?

$298.00: A LOT to pay for a lamp, but I think it could be hacked easily enough: DIY papier mache birds, a Target acrylic ball lamp to use for parts, plus the hardware from a lamp store, hardware store, or craft store. SO do-able! Rowena Murillo, whaddya think?