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Our Best & Brightest

Four of our top mountain interior designers really light up for these dazzling designs




STEFFANY HOLLINGSWORTH, HVL Interiors, Santa Fe, NM, hvlinteriors.com
“I have always loved Alison Berger’s lighting; it’s pure, modern and a bit industrial all in one. This particular ‘Word’ series features lovely script translated from DaVinci’s sketchbook and etched into the glass.”

Scripted Pendant Chandelier by Alison Berger Glassworks, alisonbergerglassworks.com; price upon request through Holly Hunt, hollyhunt.com

 

HEATHER VAN LUCHENE, ASID, HVL Interiors, Santa Fe, NM, hvlinteriors.com
"This chandelier from Fuse Lighting has always been a favorite. I love the combination of the simplicity of the iron frame and the glimmer and elegance of the semi-precious stone."

Aspen Chandelier by Fuse Lighting, available at TOWN Studio, Denver, townstudio.com

 

CHRISTOPHER K. COFFIN, Christopher K. Coffin Design Phoenix, AZ, christopherkcoffin.com
“Made of metal and finished with distressed gold and wood accents, this chan-delier has an understated formal approach that can be placed in either a traditional or modern setting. I’ve used it in both entry and bedroom applications.”

Milano Chandelier by Gray Morell, available to the trade, graymorell.com

 

 

BARBARA MULLEN, Caroline•Edwards Interior Design, Aspen, CO, carolineedwards.com
“I love the warmth of the brass mixed with the dark bronze metal finish—it adds a touch of sophistication and glamour, while the scale of the fixture perfectly complements even the most traditional rooms.”

Torino Chandelier by Jean de Merry, starting at $10,200, jeandemerry.com

 

KATHERINE REEDY, ek.REEDY Interiors, Wilson, WY, ekreedy.com
“This chandelier’s unique design would make a striking statement in any interior, providing a degree of elegance and levity. I love its sculptural aspect and its humor.”

Lumiere Chandelier by Jean de Merry, $8,700, jeandemerry.com

 

CHARLES DE LISLE, Charles de Lisle Workshop, San Francisco, CA, cdlworkshop.com
"I love this fixture in a big wooden house. Its not the usual "staghorn and wrought iron" solution; it's a bit more formal, and adds some sparkle to the heavy nature of cabin style. The light also emanates from the inside of the crystal, so it almost looks as if it's glowing at night. Beautiful."

Chandelier by Paul Mathieu for Ralph Pucci International, ralphpucci.net

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