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Illuminate your home with this modern chandelier made of 7 Edison Glass Bubbles. 

Illuminate your home with this modern chandelier made of 7 Edison Glass Bubbles

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Curator Corner: Sputnik Chandelier 
Today’s find is by Allison Czarnecki, an eBay curator who is also a fashion stylist and writer. Self-described as an obsessive world traveler, Allison is the founder and chief editor of the addictive blog Petit Elefant.  
We’re thrilled that Allison spotted this piece, an Atomic Sputnik chandelier, available for $1,980 on eBay. If you’re over the moon for this midcentury find, feel free to follow her future collections at Petit Elefant.
(Photo: by eBay Seller Munich Modern. Text: Jauretsi)

Curator Corner: Sputnik Chandelier 

Today’s find is by Allison Czarnecki, an eBay curator who is also a fashion stylist and writer. Self-described as an obsessive world traveler, Allison is the founder and chief editor of the addictive blog Petit Elefant.  

We’re thrilled that Allison spotted this piece, an Atomic Sputnik chandelier, available for $1,980 on eBay. If you’re over the moon for this midcentury find, feel free to follow her future collections at Petit Elefant.

(Photo: by eBay Seller Munich Modern. Text: Jauretsi)

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I Spy: All Things Jenna

Sold back in 2011, this Park Slope townhouse once belonging to J. Crew Creative Director Jenna Lyons continues to be a source of inspiration to us over at The Inside Source. The home — which will forever live in our hearts and on the web — is rife with design ideas: dark walls with stark white bedding, antelope horns, cheery splashes of color, and a pretty epic crystal chandelier in the living room. We’ll have to wait and see how Lyons decorates her future digs for new inspiration. Until then, follow the links to the items above on eBay and you can starting living a la Lyon. 

(Photos courtesy of Black Eiffel and Forbes. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Never Enough
Okay, I’ll admit it: I am a chandelier junkie. Whenever I see one, I want it. This proves to be a problem, being that chandeliers aren’t necessarily the easiest thing to incorporate into a home decor in multiples — unless, of course, you live in an estate fit for any Downtown Abbey character, and you very well might. Nevertheless, I am always on the hunt for that perfect chandelier. And if I can’t have it, you will! Check out this one in the French style, or this six-arm one from Europe with dripping crystals. If you’re really going for it, there’s an absolutely stunning brass and crystal number, also in the French style, at the Buy It Now price of $1,795. 
(Photo: Uncredited. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Never Enough

Okay, I’ll admit it: I am a chandelier junkie. Whenever I see one, I want it. This proves to be a problem, being that chandeliers aren’t necessarily the easiest thing to incorporate into a home decor in multiples — unless, of course, you live in an estate fit for any Downtown Abbey character, and you very well might. Nevertheless, I am always on the hunt for that perfect chandelier. And if I can’t have it, you will! Check out this one in the French style, or this six-arm one from Europe with dripping crystals. If you’re really going for it, there’s an absolutely stunning brass and crystal number, also in the French style, at the Buy It Now price of $1,795. 

(Photo: Uncredited. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Decorating in Exile
By Jenny Bahn
In 1971, The Rolling Stones ditched out on Great Britain (and some tax issues) and moved to the South of France for some rock and relaxation. It was in the sprawling, 16-room Villa Nelcotte where they recorded Exile on Main Street. This photograph, taken by Ethan Russell, really captures the essence of that time. My favorite part of the shot is the reflection of the photographer in the massive mirror against the back wall. Hanging above is a large, gorgeous chandelier, which got me to thinking: maybe I need one of those…
After some eBay digging, I found a handful worthy of rock royalty: a brass and crystal basket chandelier, a French lead crystal and bronze number, and a pair of 8-arm chandeliers (also French). Now I’ve got the lighting; all I need are The Stones.
(Photo: Courtesy of La Galerie de l’Instant and Ethan Russell via Rolling Stone)

Decorating in Exile

By Jenny Bahn

In 1971, The Rolling Stones ditched out on Great Britain (and some tax issues) and moved to the South of France for some rock and relaxation. It was in the sprawling, 16-room Villa Nelcotte where they recorded Exile on Main Street. This photograph, taken by Ethan Russell, really captures the essence of that time. My favorite part of the shot is the reflection of the photographer in the massive mirror against the back wall. Hanging above is a large, gorgeous chandelier, which got me to thinking: maybe I need one of those…

After some eBay digging, I found a handful worthy of rock royalty: a brass and crystal basket chandelier, a French lead crystal and bronze number, and a pair of 8-arm chandeliers (also French). Now I’ve got the lighting; all I need are The Stones.

(Photo: Courtesy of La Galerie de l’Instant and Ethan Russell via Rolling Stone)