From the beginning we have worked with interior designers in making our products just the right style to accent their decors. From old world elegance to a simple, clean design… from contemporary to a 1940’s supper club look, we have strived to make our line a showcase of different styles and give designers the flexibility to create different looks with our line.
Buddy McDowell, ASID
President, Design Directions Inc., Marietta, GA
By changing a fabric or trim, a handpainted finish or in some cases a unique custom design are all ways that Chandelyn® by Table Decor International can bring your ideas to the table.
Table lighting is a wonderful way to make a design statement that helps to create intimacy in a 200-seat restaurant that you just don’t get with overhead lighting alone.
Shown below are some examples of ways we have customized our products to offer our customers the unique piece they were looking for.
Custom barkpaper shade hand stamped with customer’s Elfinwood logo.
|Handpainted seascape scene by TDI to blend with South Florida design and china pattern.|
Mohonk Mountain House sent us their turn of the century antique oil lamp and we remade it to use a current 30-hour fuel cell as well as hold a flower vase & table number for their banquet tables.
This renowned National Historic property kept true to their heritage by having us update their original lighting design.
Mohonk Mountain House
This lampshade is lined with peach satin to enhance the flattering glow of candelight.
Carleton Varney Design Group
|Lampshade was handpainted with scroll design at the top to match the scroll design of the china pattern customer uses.|
|Banquette upholstery fabric was used as trimming on the lampshade to tie the tabletop design to the other restaurant decor.|
Custom handpainted lamp base to match granite sample furnished by designer.
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Lamp plated in satin nickel finish to match customer’s pepper grinder.
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