Amanda Cooper Interiors

Journal

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This simplistic yet beautiful cast glass chandelier by Mattaliano strikes a stunning chord in any space, but it especially caught our eye in this perfectly rich and layered library by Geoffrey De Sousa seen in San Francisco's Designer Showcase House. Warm wood tones with a design rooted in classicism is the perfect backdrop for the statement making white bound books and elegant modernity of the glass chandelier that highlights a set of treasured items on display.   

No one does a statement chandelier better than Ochre and the Arctic Pear chandelier in this collaborative space by Jeff Dungan and Liz Woods is no exception. A cool stone floor by Fire Rock with gorgeous gray cabinetry and rustic wood beam ceiling perfectly offset the three-tiers of glass drops that elegantly dangle just waiting to catch the morning light. 

Have you ever heard the phrase "lighting is the jewelry of a room"? Well, that statement couldn't be more true than in the instance of the Lariat chandelier from Apparatus Studio. We especially love how Cortney Bishop incorporated this jewel in a space swathed in gray tones with hints of warm woods that really set off the woven brass mesh of the fixture. A true wow factor in this room for sure!

Our lighting favorites would not be complete without our all-time favorite kitchen by husband and wife duo, Ryan and Nancy Duffey. The Urban Electric Smokebell pendant has long been a classic and it is absolutely stunning in this Art Deco home that is thought to be one of Atlanta's only existing residences of this style. The pendants are wonderfully paired with the crisp white cabinetry and Mr. Brown Home stools which are all beautifully showcased with styling by Eleanor Roper.