12-arm basket chandelier made of cast brass with strass stones
18 bulbs (not included)
61 x 74 cm (H x W)
10-flame Maria Theresa floor lamp with crystal spike & trimmings in the French style - matt brass
10 bulbs (not included)
163 x 63 cm (H x W)
2-flame Maria Theresa wall light with cut bobeches & trimmings in the French style
2 bulbs (not included)
23 x 27 cm (H x W)
3-bulb strass basket crystal chandelier with large cut octagons & crystal drops ANTIK
3 bulbs (not included)
52 x 35 cm (H x W)
Luxurious tall 7-arm table lamp made of ruby painted glass
7 bulbs (not included)
88 x 61 cm (H x W)
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8-arm crystal chandelier with sandblasted bowls and colored almonds
8 bulbs (not included)
49 x 52 cm (H x W)
4-arm cast brass wall light with crystal almonds
4 bulbs (not included)
38 x 39 cm (H x W)
1-arm crystal wall light with lace cut PK500
1 bulbs (not included)
25 x 11 cm (H x W)
Surface-mounted Theresian chandelier with eight bulbs for lower ceilings
8 bulbs (not included)
37.5 x 56 cm (H x W)
Individually /Custom-made crystal chandeliers
We also offer the production of unique chandeliers exactly to your liking
Illuminating the hall with more sources
Sometimes large central lighting isn’t good enough, especially if the space to illuminate is too large, rugged or atypical in shape with stairs, corridors, etc.
A designer can help with the implementation of your ideas
When selecting lighting in the hall, it’s always necessary to consider two aspects, namely the design aspect and the technical aspect reflecting the practicality of using luminaires.
If you don’t rely solely on your own tastes, it’s worthwhile to use the services of a professional designer when completing more complex hall interiors. A qualified expert will help you with a selection of aesthetic luminaires, design chandeliers, lamps or other design lighting for you that are best suited to the interior with respect to the building’s architecture, how to choose other components hall furniture, etc.
If your designer deals only with the aesthetic part of the hall illumination, they should also recommend someone who will advise you on a purely technical lighting solution, i.e. the correct location of the light sources, the choice of their optimum light output, the demand for maintenance of the luminaires with respect to everyday use in the hall premises (e.g. the location of a mechanical or electric hoist for regular cleaning and bulb replacements).
The sophisticated hall interior allows the use of a wide range of light sources available today in many shapes and sizes. Only an experienced professional can take into account their mutual effects for lighting-up a spacious hall.