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There's the 10-foot wide centerpiece chandelier, with more than 100 hanging pendants.
The 105-year-old property makes a good first impression between the gleaming marble, twinkling chandeliers, and fresh flowers, which are never not fresh thanks to the on-site florist employed to tend to arrangements around the clock.
Among features of note are modern chandeliers, dark hardwood floors and patterned wall treatments.
New lighting fixtures, such as a set of sconces or a chandelier, illuminate your upgrades.
Kat Conley’s simple but effective scenic design involves hundreds of (electric) candles in chandeliers and little onstage paraphernalia, again historically accurate — with a nod to modern fire codes.
The pieces include some practically Dadaist still-life sculptures, made of machine parts, and a chandelier, designed for a Cedar Rapids hotel, with eye-fooling replicas of corncobs.
Floating in the midst of giant crystal chandeliers and a 50-by-20-foot American flag are a quiet procession of white cloth panels.
Two restaurants match date-worthy settings with thoughtful dishes that eclipse the usual burgers and overstuffed burritos. OPENED October 2016 THE SCENE A supper club with leather banquettes, steel chandeliers, and art deco–ish tiles.
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Origin and Etymology of chandelier
First Known Use: 1736See Words from the same year
CHANDELIER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chandelier for English Language Learners
: a large, decorated light that hangs from a ceiling and has branches for holding many light bulbs or candles
CHANDELIER Defined for Kids
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