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Urban Chandy’s eclectic upcycled chandeliers return to BKLYN Designs

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Urban Chandy’s eclectic upcycled chandeliers return to BKLYN Designs

Light up your imagination with inspiration from Urban Chandy’s collection of chic and eclectic chandeliers. Guaranteed to be a showstopper in any space, these fixtures are made with repurposed and recycled materials straight out of Brooklyn, AND low-energy filament LED bulbs that look almost indistinguishable from old-skool Edison bulbs. You can discover Urban Chandy’s eyecatching new eco-friendly chandeliers at BKLYN Designs this weekend.

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Urban Chandy's take on design skips standard chandelier aesthetics, and instead looks to the use of reclaimed materials as a muse. While barn wood and old ceiling tin may not be the usual base for a standing living room pendant, the Brooklyn-based design firm makes no apologies for shedding new light on chic, sustainable décor.

Each chandelier is 100% customizable and the designs are perfected with an array of energy-saving LED “Edison” light bulbs that dangle at various lengths from steel cable, reused industrial pipes or rope. These mountable beauties are crafted for conversation and riddled with texture and color to suit your sustainable taste buds. Get your fill when you drop by their booth at BKLYN Designs.

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Images via Urban Chandy on Facebook

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