Happy Friday, everyone!
Have you all seen Lauren Liess' home featured in the new Domino magazine? It is a showstopper, folks. Talk about gorgeous neutrals, wood tones, organic elements, and cozy spaces galore! To me, it's the perfect combination of modern + organic, and it's apparent Lauren put so much thought into every square inch of the whole house remodel. You may have seen images of the house popping up on pinterest, but if you haven't seen it, you can check out scans of the feature HERE... Let's just say I'm really excited to receive my copy of the issue (Btw - I was gifted a Domino subscription for my birthday, which I thought was an awesome idea! If you have any decor-loving friends or family, this would be a great gift!)
Anyway, moving on to the actual topic of this post... :) Seeing Lauren's round capiz shell chandelier over her dining table reminded me how much I love them! Check out her dining area:
This oversized version used in the beach house above is a stunner! It's light + ethereal, while still adding drama. *Design by Tim Clarke
Again, this oversized version adds such a statement to this dining space, but is still light + airy at the same time. Plus, I love how the glowing capiz shells contrast with the modern wall installation. *Source unknown
Love this large capiz chandelier in the double height foyer space of this rustic, converted barn. It adds the perfect lightness to all of the exposed wood and stone. *Source unknown
This all-neutral space is actually from the Restoration Hardware catalog, showcasing their capiz pendant. I just love how the capiz shells seem to glow not only when the light's turned on at night, but also during the daytime, with the sunlight shining through. *Via Restoration Hardware
There's a lot going on in this open plan space, with multiple seating areas and lots of statement pieces... I love that the oversized capiz chandelier gives the room a definite focal point. *Design by Nate Berkus
While this pendant isn't technically capiz shell (the panels are actually frosted glass), it has a very similar look, and I wanted to include it anyway because I'm kind of obsessed with it :) How awesome does it look in this entryway?? I mean, SO perfect with the black doors and stair railings. *Design by Angela from The Painted House
If you like this look and are thinking about a capiz pendant, I've included a few of my favorites:
ONE / Restoration Hardware "Capiz Shell Pendant" / 4 Sizes, from 18" to 36" / $295-$895
TWO / West Elm "Capiz Orb Pendants" / 3 Sizes, from 12" to 22" / $129-$299
THREE / PB Teen "Faceted Capiz Pendant" / 2 Sizes, 11.5" and 17.5" / $99-$149
FOUR / Worlds Away Knox Pendant, Frosted Glass / 2 sizes, 15" and 20" / $490-$520
Have a Happy Weekend!!