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Neoclassical Lighting

Give your home a regal touch with Neoclassical lighting. A reaction to the ornate Rococo style that dominated the 17th Century, Neoclassicalism first took root in the mid 18th Century. Like Neoclassical chairs and cabinets, Neoclassical lighting is supremely sophisticated, yet understated, making it easy to integrate with more modern decor styles. If you’re in the market for Neoclassical light fixtures, there are a few choice styles to consider, including Neoclassical chandeliers, Neoclassical table lamps, and Neoclassical sconces. Among Neoclassical chandeliers, expect to find primarily chandeliers that are narrow at the top and fan out at the bottom. The most prime example of this is the Neoclassical Empire Chandelier. With a shape similar to a tear drop, the Empire Chandelier is comprised of a tapering glass-beaded top portion known as the tent, which bulges out into a beaded inverted domed portion, known as the bag. Finial or icicle drops often adorn the bottom of the bag. Both luxurious and surprisingly understated, the Empire Chandelier can be a fine choice for a everything from an eclectic dining room to a modern master bathroom. Neoclassical table lamps often follow two forms: those with urn bases and those with pillar or column bases. Construction materials may vary, but cut crystal and stone are some of the most commonly found materials. And since symmetry is a trademark of Neoclassical design, expect to find most Neoclassical table lamps sold in pairs. Lastly, Neoclassical sconces should not be overlooked! Neoclassical sconces are typically very decorative, featuring elaborate pictorial details relating to military or religious symbols.

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