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Another pendant/chandelier ?

Posted by cbusmomof3 (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 10, 11 at 16:44

My husband and I ordered this chandelier to go over our breakfast room table.

Now I am struggling to find pendants that will look good with it. I thought I wanted these


but then I decided that would be too dark over my stained island with brown antique granite. So, now I'm considering these???


Honestly, I'm ready to scrap the chandelier and start over but my husband REALLY likes it so I think I need to find something that works with it.

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RE: Another pendant/chandelier ?

I love that pendant but didn't realize how big it was until I went to a lighting store. I think it goes well with your chandelier, just make sure the size is right for your space. We have 8' ceilings so it didn't work for us. It is Uttermost brand I believe.

RE: Another pendant/chandelier ?

I like the second pendant. I think the key to matching the chandelier is to pick up some elements = the metal and clear glass - but differ significantly enough in others that it does not look like an effort to replicate that fails. I think the one you've picked does that by going with curves instead of angles.

Karin L

RE: Another pendant/chandelier ?

cbusmom....did you see that chandelier somewhere locally? I really wanted to order it for over our island, but I didn't think it would be big would be nice to see it in person.

I like the glass pendant, by the way....I'm having the same problem coordinating island, table, and family room.

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