While visiting our local Farmer's Market
this weekend this chandelier caught our attention. Sure, it's giant and pink, but that's not what had us taking design notes... This chandelier calls Succotash
in Kansas City home. It truly sets the tone for this fresh fare, eclectic eatery.
So aside from the color statement, what caught our attention? Usually in chandeliers of this style, more traditional longer, bent tip style bulbs are used. But this bold lighting display uses small round bulbs that help balance its bright color and help break that traditional mold. We thought it was a fun twist to an old classic, that could ramp up your next chandelier find!
Do you like the change of bulbs? Or would you have preferred it with the longer, more traditional style?
(Image: Sarah Rae Trover)