LIKE ANY OTHER bold, not-easily-reversed decorating move, installing a colored chandelier requires confidence, said interior designer Rayman Boozer, principal designer of New York’s Apartment 48. “It’s not for everyone, but it is a refreshingly unique addition that will make your design stand out.”
Other designers demur, citing the expense (as high as five figures) and difficulty of swapping out a chandelier. “For me, pops of color should be reserved for [elements] that are easily changeable, such as pillows, so that you can easily swap them out when you tire of them,” said Lauren Buxbaum Gordon, design director for Chicago’s Nate Berkus Associates.
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