Fill in the Design _________: Dining Room Lighting Reveal

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Answer: It was #4, the PELLE Bubble Chandelier! About 16% of you chose this light as your favorite. The overwhelming majority of you were equally split between the Bluff City Pendant (#1) and the Zandoo Chandelier (#3).

This lovely home belongs to Lauren Moffat, a fashion designer living in Brooklyn with her husband and two kids. According to Lauren, the light fixture was the first thing they bought for their new house; she loved its delicate and airy appeal.

Here's what some of you had to say:

I voted for 3. The glitz of that fireplace needs a friend, and its name is Zandoo. - Pi

I'd choose #1. The roundness of the shape matches your table and the bottom greenish color would match the decorative items on your fireplace. The reddish frame accents the chair color as well. I also like how the interior round globe matches the globe fixture in your hallway. - HGD

Torn between #1 and #3 but ended up voting #3. Either would charm the room without overpowering. And I wouldn't want to distract from the painting over the mantel. I can eat and look at naked art at the same time. Kind of like walking and chewing gum simultaneously. - Mary E.

Whatever painting you put on the mantel, it would be nice to be able to see it and not block it with a clunky light. That's why I gravitate towards the Threaded Spica Light. -KHinNJ

The airy asymmetry of the Spica struck me as the most interesting, so I pick #5. - Parnassus

Thanks to all of you who voted and commented! 

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When Dabney's not writing around here, she's digging through other people's attics for fun and interesting stuff, or running around with her bloodhound Friday. Originally from the East Coast, she's still shocked to find herself living in Missouri.