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Antler Chandeliers in Transitional Design

Antler Chandeliers in Transitional Design

antler chandelier in transitional design
Transitional Dining Room by Dallas Architects & Building Designers Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro
Here at The Peak Antler Company, we have built hundreds of antler chandeliers and antler furniture decor over the last 18 years.  While working with clients and interior designers we noticed antler chandeliers are not limited to being used in rustic design.  Some may think antler chandeliers are only for hunters, to be used only in cabins, trophy rooms, hunting lodges or rustic settings.  We do not agree, we are seeing more and more designers incorporate antler chandeliers as an accent piece to compliments the variety of eclectic, modern, contemporary, traditional and even beach style interior design styles.  Historically, antler furniture has been in homes and castles since as early as the 19th century, we would love to help you incorporate your own unique custom build antler chandeliers in transitional design or any interior design style.
While gathering information on how antlers in transitional design fair, we found a definition to be the starting point.  Wikipedia defines transitional interior design style best:
Transitional Style (also known as “updated classic”, “classic with a contemporary twist”, “new takes on old classics”) in interior design and furniture design refers to a blend of traditional and contemporary styles, midway between old world traditional and the world of chrome and glass contemporary; incorporating lines that are less ornate than traditional designs, but not as severely basic as contemporary lines. As a result transitional furniture designs are classic, timeless, and clean.
Curves combine with straight lines in a transitional style interior to deliver a look that balances both masculine and feminine attributes for a comfortable and relaxing, uncomplicated design. A lack of ornamentation and decoration with minimal accessories keeps the focus on the simplicity and sophistication of the design.  Color palettes are typically neutral and subtle and may be monochromatic, with color in art and accents, not upholstery and floors.
Unlike contemporary furniture, transitional style focuses on comfort and practicality to meet the lifestyle of an active household. The scales of furniture pieces are ample but not overwhelming. Goose feather and down fill is typically used for upholstered furniture, wood species (maple, mahogany, walnut, etc.) and wood finishing is typically warm tones but can range from a natural finish to a high-gloss lacquer. Texture is important, and a multitude of fabric selections can vary from durable materials to sophisticated, plush fabrics, with tone-on-tone or small scale graphics. A balanced mix of several textures is often used.
Our custom made antler chandeliers clearly fit into the transitional design style.  We build each antler chandelier to order and the customizing options are endless.  Antler Chandeliers in Transitional design are the perfect accent to any space,  here are some examples in many different settings:


antler chandelier in transitional design
Transitional Dining Room by Atlanta Interior Designers & Decorators Lindsey Hene Interiors

antler chandelier in transitional design bathroom
Transitional Bathroom by Dallas Interior Designers & Decorators S. B. Long Interiors

antler chandelier in transitional design bedroom
Transitional Bedroom by Denver General Contractors Earthwood Custom Remodeling, Inc.

antler chandelier in transitional design living room
Transitional Family Room by Eden Interior Designers & Decorators Eden Design

antler chandelier in transitional design dining room
Transitional Dining Room by Chicago Interior Designers & Decorators Kara O’Connor Interiors

Call today to discuss your own custom built antler chandeliers in transitional design!
We offer a discount when working with designers.
All The Peak Antler Company antler chandeliers are built to order and customizing options are unlimited.
Jeff Musgrave
owner/artist
719-641-8844
jeff@peakantlers.com