White Ceramic Superordinate Antler Chandelier by Jason Miller

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Thinking of buying some antler chandeliers? If so, you might consider one of these white ceramic superordinate Antler Chandeliers by Jason Miller. They are an animal-friendly alternative to real antlers which means vegetarians and animal lovers alike won’t have to shoulder a guilty conscience when the chandelier is in use. Made completely out of ceramic, the antler chandeliers are available in a variety of sizes and colors including white, chrome and also gold.

Antlers naturally provide stunning structural elements in their design and these have been transferred to ornaments for the home for many centuries. In places such as Canada and Scandinavia, fallen antlers provide wonderful decorative features when combined with ceiling lights, wall sculptures (trophy heads) and also toys. Sadly, in other parts of the world, deer species are killed for their antlers and hides. This blog, Home Interior Design Themes, prides itself on only showcasing items that have brought no direct harm to animals or eco-systems.

The white ceramic superordinate antler chandelier by Jason Miller has been described as “nature made better”. With the inclusion of 25 watt incandescent bulbs, the ceramic antler chandeliers provide a soothing and sculptural element to a ceiling. When lit, the lights will throw shadows of the branch-like ceramic antlers onto the walls and surrounding ceiling area, thereby creating further decorative forms. A traditional rustic look is combined with a contemporary creativity which makes these ceramic antler chandeliers both eye-catching and deliciously original.

For example, you can buy a Jason Miller antler chandelier with 4, 6, 12 or 24 antlers as well as in a choice of 50 colors besides the three mentioned above.

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