January 29, 2010, Newsletter Issue #187: Classic Tiffany Chandeliers--All You Need

Tip of the Week

Tiffany chandeliers. Just the word “Tiffany” conjures up Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly in her slinky dress, black glasses and cigarette holder, eating a pretzel and window shopping. Like Audrey Hepburn, Tiffany chandeliers are sleek, stylish and timeless. You may think that a Tiffany chandelier is wasted on a large dining area or hall area but the colored light refracted through stained glass actually adds intimacy.

However, generally speaking, slimmer, longer and modern chandeliers work better in smaller rooms. Here's a scintillating idea: For large rooms, consider installing several Tiffany chandeliers. They're perfect conversation pieces that even Holly Golightly's party guests would notice.

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