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A Georgian-style house in New Jersey’s horse country was a collaboration between architect Allan Greenberg and interior designer Elissa Cullman of Cullman & Kravis. To illuminate the formal dining room, they chose a spectacular ormolu-and-cut-glass Empire chandelier with 15 lights. “We think chandeliers are the forgotten children of decorating,” says Cullman, “and we search the world for them. When people use downlights, the ceilings are gray. With the proper chandelier, you get a glow that ...
Georgian dinning room
THE FORMAL DINING ROOM OF A BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME, DESIGNED BY ALLAN GREENBERG ARCHITECT AND INTERIOR DESIGNER ELISSA CULLMAN. THE LUXURY HOUSE WAS FEATURED IN THE OCTOBER 2009 ISSUE OF ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST MAGAZINE. AN ELEGANT CHANDELIER HANGS ABOVE THE MAHOGANY DINING TABLE. OTHER ACCENTS IN THE ROOM INCLUDE A FIREPLACE WITH AN ELABORATE MANTLE AND 18TH CENTURY HAND-PAINTED WALLPAPER.