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Match Makers: What Goes With This Chandelier?

One unique lighting fixture, three different decor possibilities

With one elegant chandelier as their muse, top interior designers create three different dining room settings.

FEN CHANDELIER (above), Currey & Co., $3,590, curreycodealers.com
“Playful,” “sophisticated” and “clever” are the words these designers used to describe this wrought-iron chandelier with dripping crystals. Their assignment: Find a dining table, chair and tabletop accent that complement its ethereal appeal. 


Hunter Dominick
Hunter & Co. Interior Design
Whitefish, MT


ASTOR CENTER TABLEHickory Chair, $4,392, hickorychair.com
“I selected this 48-inch round dining table for its texture and contrast: a wrought-iron base with a honed San Giorgio limestone top with brushed edges.”



JULIETTE DINING CHAIR, Peninsula Home, $1,295, phcollection.com
“This fully upholstered printed- linen dining chair has a casual appearance against the
stone-and-metal dining table.”



OWN FEATHER DINNER NAPKIN, Coral & Tusk, $44, coralandtusk.com
“These napkins work well with the crystal chandelier in creating an eclectic feel.”


Kim Scodro
Kim Scodro Interiors
Scottsdale, AZ & Chicago, IL



THEODORE SCULPTURAL DINING TABLE, Bradley, $7,250, bradley-usa.com
“A concrete base with a hand-hewn wood top adds texture and weight in contrast to the airy chandelier.” 



COPENHAGEN BRASS SIDE CHAIR, Century Furniture, $2,175, centuryfurniture.com
“This chair keeps the dining room from feeling too casual, and also adds a current feel, so dinner parties remain fun, not stuffy.” 



GILDED FOREST DINNERWARE, Marchesa, $28-$300, available at lenox.com
“I love these place settings for a mountain home. The gold pattern adds a hint of formality while the design of animals in a forest setting lends a playful element to an otherwise traditional table setting.”


Abby Hetherington
Abby Hetherington Interiors
Bozeman, MT



MUSHROOM TABLE, Blackman Cruz, $14,500, blackmancruz.com
“A round table plays off the shape of the chandelier. The table feels masculine and the chandelier is very soft and delicate—I love the mix.”



TG-10 DINING CHAIR, BDDW, $3,200, bddw.com
“Clients often don’t want to seat as many guests at the dining table day to day, so I’m designing with smaller dining tables that can accommodate more seating if needed. I’m obsessed with the clean lines and simplicity of this chair.”



MARBLED DINNER PLATE, Simple Life, $62, available at barneys.com
"I wanted the dining room to be full of texture and natural, organic elements, so there is stone, metal, wood and so on.”

(Plate paired with Oslo Cutlery Set in Matte Gold by Canvas Home, $100, canvashomestore.com)

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