It is said that lighting is the jewelry of the home. While this this isn't always meant literally, the rising trend toward incorporating crystal in lighting really adds truth to the phrase.
There are many ways to use crystal in your home. Traditional fixtures may feature crystals heavily enough to obscure any metal portions of the light, but it's certain not necessary to have such formal fixtures.
|Quoizel's Bordeaux flush mount makes elegance possible with a low profile|
|Kichler's Emile pendant features two rows of prisms|
|Minka's Laurel Estates Chandelier is just as beautiful before adding the crystals|
|This Shelsley pendant from Kichler has delicate crystal raindrops and is only 12" wide|
|Kichler's Piper family mixes glass and espresso-colored rods for a contemporary feel|
|Feiss' Pave mini-chandelier is studded with tiny crystal chips|