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Is this chandelier gorgeous or awful?

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WingsOnMyBoots Sun 21-Jan-18 11:10:54

Sparklesocks Sun 21-Jan-18 11:11:55

It’s a bit loud for me personally

ihatethecold Sun 21-Jan-18 11:12:36

Sorry. It’s horrible.

LoudBatPerson Sun 21-Jan-18 11:13:20

Awful. Looks a trying to hard to be wacky to me.

villainousbroodmare Sun 21-Jan-18 11:14:18


MilkTwoSugarsThanks Sun 21-Jan-18 11:14:23

Absolutely gorgeous for a 3 year old's bedroom who's in to fairies, rainbows, unicorns and princesses.

TidyDancer Sun 21-Jan-18 11:14:23

I quite like it!

Neverender Sun 21-Jan-18 11:14:45

It's fantastic! Love it smile

SilverySurfer Sun 21-Jan-18 11:14:49

Sorry, it's revolting.

Bratsandtwats Sun 21-Jan-18 11:14:49

It's horrendous. If it was bigger and had fewer colours it would work maybe.

Slartybartfast Sun 21-Jan-18 11:15:12

depends on the room

FlaviaAlbia Sun 21-Jan-18 11:15:56

Well on the plus side, you wouldn't actually need to turn the lights on as it's so bright grin

I'm going for awful, but it really depends on the rest of the room. It could work in some rooms.

greendale17 Sun 21-Jan-18 11:16:00

Tacky and awful

AnaWinter Sun 21-Jan-18 11:16:00


BlueLightPanda Sun 21-Jan-18 11:16:33


CuddlyWolf Sun 21-Jan-18 11:16:34

MilkTwoSugars nailed it

HeadfirstForHalos Sun 21-Jan-18 11:16:53

I like it! It wouldn't go with any of my rooms though. If it's right for your house and you like it, go for it.

megletthesecond Sun 21-Jan-18 11:17:17

It would dominate a small room. Probably be quite nice in a large, plain room.

Littlemissdaredevil Sun 21-Jan-18 11:17:29

OMG no!

Sonders Sun 21-Jan-18 11:17:53

I feel like it would be ok in a funky office meeting room or boho shop, but having it as a main source of light, every day, would be a bit much.

NewYearNewMe18 Sun 21-Jan-18 11:18:06

It's not for people who have taste, that's for sure.

Teacakequeen Sun 21-Jan-18 11:20:54

I like it.

Els1e Sun 21-Jan-18 11:20:59

If you’ve got the right room and space, it could look stunning. I’ve seen something similar in a dining room of a Victorian manse. The room was white with the colour being the light, a teal blue fireplace and the dining room chairs. It wouldn’t suit me and my place but go for it if you like it.

alotalotalot Sun 21-Jan-18 11:21:00

It could look gorgeous if the rest of the room was quite bohemian but you'd have to have a flair for design. I'd say 99% of people couldn't decorate/accesorise in a way that would pull it off.

wisterialanes Sun 21-Jan-18 11:21:04

If you search 'boho inspo' on IG you will see that these are all in now.

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