Designer Grows Crystals On Chandeliers
Chandeliers are usually creative with their looks, shapes and materials, but once in awhile we get something so unusual that it’s hard to say whether it’s too much or a pinnacle of uniqueness. Overgrown collection by Mark Sturkenboom strikes me as very unique in both approach, idea and execution. What he did was, he grew crystals on top of gold-coated chandeliers for the purpose of them looking like chandeliers that spent many years on the bottom of a sea. A notable thing is that he made a fluid for crystal growing himself.
So what can you do with those interior-wise? Well not much, admittedly. They’re too bulky and irregular for any even half sophisticated room, but what it does is open an avenue for water-centered interior. For instance, if you have a big aquarium, you can fill the room with antique looking accessories to complement such a chandelier. Beyond that, I think that this product is very limited in use. It is though nothing if not unique.
Crystallized Chandeliers by Mark Sturkenboom
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