- Changing the shades on a chandelier can update and customize the look of the chandelier.
- Contemporary chandeliers can work in traditional spaces as well as modern and transitional, giving an updated look.
- Modern and contemporary chandeliers have more streamlined lines than traditional or country style chandeliers.
With hallmarks that include artistry and integrity, Hubbardton Forge lighting and home decor products focus on hand-crafting and timeless designs. Located in Vermont, the almost forty year old company is currently the oldest commercially operating forge in the United States. Hubbardton Forge prides itself on enduring value and heirloom quality lighting fixtures and accessories for the home or public interior design. These qualities make Hubbardton Forge a leader in creating top quality lighting for commercial and residential designs. The ceiling lighting collection from Hubbardton Forge
highlights a broad choice of chandeliers in addition to other ceiling lights and pendant lights. The Hubbardton Forge chandelier collection showcases many chandeliers in designs, sizes, choice of lights, finishes and styles to please the eye.
The Hubbardton Forge chandeliers feature a selection of styles, sizes, functions and their signature finish choices of bronze, brushed steel and black.. Styles include a unique take on both traditional and contemporary designs. Chandeliers sells in a range of sizes as well as designs with the number of lights from two to five or twelve and more. Chandelier lighting from Hubbardton Forge has a simple, signature look that works with modern or traditional furnishing and interior designs. Some chandeliers have glass, metal or fabric shades. Simple candle lamping requires no shade at all.
Chandeliers from Hubbardton Forge are beautifully designed for use commercial and residential designs. Hubbardton Forge chandeliers, hanging lights and ceiling lights
can be hung in the interiors of chic restaurants, ski lodges, retail spaces, restaurants and other commercial interiors. Chandelier lighting shines in powder rooms, master bedrooms, living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, guest rooms, foyer, halls, entries and other rooms throughout a home's interior.