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Transform Dining Rooms For Xmas with Stunning Chandeliers

Dutch by Design has an amazing range of icy cool chandeliers for those who want to spruce up their dining room for the Christmas festivities.

Oct. 26, 2011 - PRLog -- From traditional glass drop chandeliers with a modern twist, to something different altogether, Dutch by Design has a gorgeous, focal-piece light fitting for every interior.

The Dutch by Design customer’s home is an extention of their personality and lifestyle. As someone who appreciates the best in Dutch design, this customer loves to fill their space with interesting and beautiful pieces that will make waves and get people talking.

There’s no better time to show off a stylish interior than at Christmas, when social gatherings large and small are an essential part of the festive celebrations. Many people decide that the run up to Christmas is the perfect time for an interior make-over, so that their home looks fresh and gorgeous, ready for all those visits from friends, family and neighbours.

The dining room is integral to festive get-togethers, and really comes into its own during the Christmas period. A packed festive diary could include having friends or neighbours around for nibbles and drinks, a pre-Christmas or New Year dinner party, the traditional Boxing Day buffet, and of course, the big Christmas meal itself.

Therefore it’s important that a busy dining room looks it very best, and is a suitably stylish setting for celebrating this special time of year with those we love the most.

http://www.dutchbydesign.com/ range of beautiful chandeliers are guaranteed to add wow factor to any dining room, and would look especially stunning hung over the dining table.

The snowy White Gypsy Chandelier is perfect for winter, and would look divine with a winter wonderland Christmas interior theme. Set your table with a white table cloth, silver runner and silver place settings and you have the basis for a very simple but wonderfully wintery look.

Extra special finishing touches could include a sprinkling of silver snowflake table confetti, stylish silver crackers and crisp, white napkins held with silver napkin rings.

The beautifully ornate White Gypsy Chandelier would add wow factor to any snow white scheme, or alternatively, the silver and crystal version with its icy glass droplets would also provide a fantastic focal point to a festive dining room.

For those who prefer a more modern, experimental interior design style, Dutch By Design also carries a range of innovative, yet still beautiful, chandeliers, that are sure to make festive guests stop and stare in amazement.

The delightfully different Wine Bottle Chandelier by Dutch design house Leitmotiv is the perfect design piece for a dining room or kitchen, and will add a touch of humour and fun to festive get togethers.

Made up of dozens of wine bottles, fashioned into a traditional chandelier ‘drop’ shape, the Wine Bottle Chandelier’s clever design beautifully defuses the light of just one single light bulb. This means that this piece is environmentally friendly and energy efficient, as well as being just plain stunning.

Those looking to give their dining room a design make-over for Christmas should take a look at the innovative, beautiful and functional lighting design pieces, to illuminate their festive get-togethers in style.

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About Trafficsource:

Dulce Islas is a leading contemporary home accesories writer and blogs about Chandeliers, pendant lights and home accesories.

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Tags:House And Garden, Lamp Shades, Chandeliers, Table Lamp, Lighting Uk, Home Accessories, Contemporary Lighting
Last Updated:Oct 28, 2011
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