A chandelier is much more than a light source; it is a detail that inspires luxury and class. The word originates in Old French (“chandelle”) meaning candle holder, modification of Latin candelabrum. In the last 500 years, these beautiful decorations have become a permanent presence in abbeys, palaces or elegant houses. Materials and style have changed over time. Ranging from wood to metal, crystal and glass, chandeliers have become an art object by their design and intricacy.
Koket brought a new dimension, a distinguished poetic and dramatic style to nowadays chandeliers. This brand name was founded by Jane Morais and she is its Creative Director. I simply fell in love with their chandeliers as they had inferred when choosing as logo “Love Happens”.
Light is the magic attraction that lured the butterflies until it burned their wings… Nymth chandelier brilliantly tells this tragic story of an irresistible passion that transforms into beauty in a cathartic emotion.
When crystals come together to celebrate light, the primordial element, the essence of all things we think of …Eternity.
The Gia Chandelier reminded me of the movie with the same name which talks about the life a famous model – Gia Carangi. Her tragic story was described as “too beautiful to die, too wild to live”. This unique decoration piece is an amazing bouquet of calla lilies, a gift of beauty and style.
Hyptonic Chandelier is an imaginative game, an alternation of golden lace and black irregular geometrical shapes that will simply mesmerize your eyes.
Muse Chandelier describes a circle of exotic harmony, elegant, shining black shapes. It brings a touch of luxury and elegance, a note of classic and vintage.
Vivre Chandelier seems inspired by the lines that describe the beats of a human heart. The agate stones form an interesting contrast with the metallic golden shine.
Allow yourselves to be charmed by these delicately beautiful chandeliers!