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Warning: The following content contains gorgeous pendants and striking chandeliers.
(Photo: Colin Way.)
The Lindsey Adelman chandelier definitely catches our eye in this Napa Valley-inspired home designed by Nam Dang-Mitchell, located in Calgary. See more photos from this modern-yet-traditional home. (Photo: Martin Tessler.)
The master bedroom in this home, located in Vancouver’s Mackenzie Heights, was recently renovated by Cedric Burgers and now features extensive windows and unique light fixtures to brighten up the space. See more photos from this rescued 1970s home. (Photo: Martin Tessler. Styling: Nicole Sjostedt.)
“I spotted these light fixtures—Italian pendants with a classic traditional twist—in a Daniel Craig flick,” laughs designer Alanna Johnston. Check out more photos from this Brit-inspired kitchen. (Photo: Martin Tessler.)
We’re going to ignore that this pool has it’s own waterslide for a second in favour of these gorgeous custom-made wrought-iron chandeliers. See more photos from this Calgary funhouse. (Photo: Laura Moss.)
Calgary designer James McIntyre‘s desert retreat in Arizona features a life-sized portrait of Lady Gaga, moody hues, and a plethora of eye-catching statement lighting pieces. These star lanterns speak to McIntyre’s interest in a Moroccan-meets-West-Hollywood design aesthetic. See more photos of this home away from home. (Photo: Tracey Ayton.)
This kitchen by Vancouver’s Oliver Simon Design shows that mixing bold pieces—the barn door, fresh blue paint, and this Hudson Valley Glendale pendant—can work together to bring personality to your space. Learn how to get the look. (Photo: Ed White.)
This modern take on a ski chalet in Whistler is all about creating a sense of space. With delicate steel beams that replace the heaviness of a normal wood truss, a sprinkling of skylights and a statement-making chandelier, the room emits a cathedral-like vibe. See more photos of this contemporary chalet.
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