So, when we went to pick out our holiday Christmas tree a couple of weeks ago, somebody (ok, me) insisted on the really big Fraser fir in the 7- to 8-foot range. It’s beautiful and smells fantastic, but it’s also taller than I expected and the top just grazes the ceiling—which means the star simply isn’t going to fit on top this year. Which is fine, because in all honesty, it needs upgrading…big time. And in a perfect world, this would be on top of my tree:
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Besweden’s Konfetti chandelier. Brilliant. Created by the Front design team, Konfetti is a collection of super-shiny disco balls in various sizes held together with equally shiny chrome stems. I have been in love with this particular fixture since I first laid eyes on it, and am officially declaring it Chandelier of the Decade.
The Kumulus fixture designed by Peter Nilsson is just as spectacular. Crafted of blue and clear hand-blown glass, it’s very Chihuly-goes-sci-fi with its combination of floral and orbital pieces.
The Lampel pendant by Margot Barolo features an understated glass shade, which opens up endless possibilities for ways to really make it your own. I especially love it draped in what reminds me of those glittery little ribbons of “icicles” that were once so popular on Christmas trees.
Konfetti, Kumulus and Lampel are just three of my over-the-top favorites from Bsweden’s extensive range of fixtures, all of which boast a modern Nordic aesthetic. Check out the full product listing here, and prepare to fall in love.