And the light was good!

Each dining room in The Partridge & Pear Restaurant is unique, as I’ve already shown you, and the design team has chosen some really beautiful light fixtures to complement each one.  Here are four samples.

The Angel Dining Room chandelier still has a little bit of protective padding in place, but the delicate leaves around the center evoke an ethereal grace, and the red glass accents are grand and elegant.

The intricate, ornate shape of the bronze fittings and plenty of sparkling crystals on the two chandeliers in the Bavarian Dining Room will remind you of a candelabra in a gracefull banquet hall.

This is my favorite!  From the Nutcracker Dining Room ~ it just has such a sense of whimsy and fun about it!  I love the little lamp shades that remind me of a drum, and the crystal drops with one large reflecting ball in the middle.

Casting an intricate pattern of light on the delicate pear orchard ceiling mural, the chandeliers in the Conservatory Dining Room are ornate, wrought iron, reproduction bird cages.  What a clever idea!  These are delicately painted in shades that compliment the space, and their structural elements are a great pairing with the bead-board paneling in the room.  ( I have to admit, I think of this as The Room for Ladies with Gift Bags.  If you’re planning a party for the girls, this is the space to request!)

This morning, I snapped a quick picture of the newly-hung chandeliers in the Great Hall ~ I was so quick, in fact, that I clipped off the bottom of the light!  I’ll have to go back for another picture.  The plastic is off the rafters, and they are as beautiful as promised!

As the wraps are already off these beautiful lights while sawing and finishing is ongoing throughout the restaurant, I’m wondering what poor soul is going to be conscripted into dusting and polishing each of these fixtures in the days before opening .. ?  Chef??

~Janet @ The Christmas Place

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