This time I bring you five hotel lobby lighting fixtures that will give you the goosebumps. It’s beauty, charm and above all, price sets these apart. From classic, to contemporary, and unique, these hotel lobby objects d’art embellish every place. See what the past few weeks brought in the wonder world of Muranolust.
We’ve talked about Murano glass chandeliers on board the SS Beatrice in the past. But we haven’t talked about the boat lavish interiors. For a closer look visit this page and see the wonders that designers match with the magic of Murano.
1. The Siren Hotel (Detroit)
A stunning vintage Murano chandelier made of dozens of spiral glass pieces make this a wonderful addition to this Detroit, Candy Bar at The Siren Hotel.
Hidden inside the Wurlitzer Building, this cocktail lounge may go unnoticed unless you know what you’re looking for. Luckily for us, we have a radar for all Murano art glass and we didn’t miss the chance to write about it.
Although I give it to you, the photo just does not do any favor. I don’t have a better pic, so i’m hoping it’s an authentic Murano glass chandelier and not a cheap copy, given its size.
2. Hotel Lutetia (Paris)
We weren’t lucky enough to get a glimpse of the recent reopening of Hotel Lutetia in Paris, the classic Parisian hotel is again opening shop “108 years after its debut” on the bitterly cold evening of Dec. 28, 1910.
Alas, the hotel looks charming and lavish enough as to host a Marie Claire event every once in a while. The postcard hotel houses modern contemporary style, that matches the newer trends in Murano glass chandeliers.
3. Blantyre Hotel (Berkshire, MA)
If you’re into big, bushy, green, yellow and red gardens, you’ll be awed by this luxury retreat in western Massachusetts’ lovely Berkshire hills. Not only will you be inspired by its long beautiful and timeless gardens, but you’ll also be reminded that good taste and class can perfectly be paired with comfort and coziness.
The views are magnifiqué, in and out. Inside, they obviously picked Murano glass chandelier for their lighting fixtures. It’s dizzyingly gorgeous beauty exudes joy and elegance.
If you’re in the Lenox, Massachusetts area, don’t miss this jewel. But if Lenox is really not your thing, no need to worry as you can still enjoy the timeless beauty of Murano glass chandelier brought directly to you from Murano, Italy.
4. Hotel Café Royal (London)
We’re fascinated by the new lobby area and restaurant in Hotel Café Royal in London’s Piccadilly. Designer by renowned Italian architect Piero Lissoni, the lobby features double revolving doors and spectacular views of a bespoke Murano chandelier. Long-vertical white crystal strings form this two stories high chandelier.
5. Hotel Splendide (Italy-Switzerland)
For the ultimate royal experience you might want to check this circa-1887 wonderful neoclassic villa turned 93-room lavish lakefront haven.
Hotel Splendide Royal Lugano, located between the borders of Italy and Switzerland, perfectly meshes old world architecture with wealthy, modern flair. Gorgeous vistas and splendid decoration make this a place to admire the majestic green cliffs. What we like is their, as the Hotel’s name implies, splendid Murano chandelier. Many to be admired, I particularly liked the lobby, topping the piano and creating classic, yet cozy atmosphere in the main hall room.
If you’re serious about your chandelier sight seeing, or want to get your hands on a Murano glass chandelier of your own, just call or email me. I’ll seriously do my best to give you the best price and customer service. Heck, you might even find that I’m a pretty charming guy (although be warned, I’m already married).