Moody Maximilism and Gothic Glam are two intersecting design styles.  Both are dramatic and exciting, rich with deep colors, patterns, and knickknacks.  The floral patterns and accents of gold are timeless qualities of both.  When you walk into a room, don’t you want to be embraced with warmth and charm?

In both of these design styles, you’ll see the personalization of the person who created the space along with deep colored walls, ornate picture frames and mirrors, animal print furniture, and unique decor pieces placed carefully upon antique furniture.  But it doesn’t need to stop there, the lighting in this space is just as much a piece of art as what you have on your walls, it’s more than just an illumination once the sun sets.

The Kalco Lighting Venus and Venere collections designed by Vanessa Deleon perfectly integrate both Moody Maximalism and Gothic Glam with their cast brass construction and historic brass or pewter finish options, these fixtures will stand out and pop against any moody wall with a timeless and eclectically glamorous feel.

The arms of the chandelier feel like tree branches reaching out and the Firenze crystal bobeche tops each arm like a star.  Our favorite adornment, the hand, adds an inquisitive feel to the fixture with its surreal intricate design, weightless appearance, and crystal bracelet dangling from the wrist.

True works of art…

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