Chandeliers are popular for dining rooms and the bedrooms. Crystal chandeliers are gorgeous but not everyone can afford it.
That is why I am thrilled to show you these stylish chandeliers made of Plexiglas and glass.
European flair with Incidence
The first collection is manufactured by Incidence located in France. As with many European design products, you can choose from an array of colors and chandelier models.
The design is sophisticated. I particularly enjoy the uses of 2 or 3 tones; it adds a modern twist to a classical model.
The green model with a single light would look great in a powder room. You could place 3 chandeliers in a row to dress up a long entrance hall. At only 38 ? a piece, it is not even an indulgence.
Unfortunately, I did not find a retailer in North America that carries the Incidence chandelier collection. So if you know one, feel free to pass along us this information. Follow-up story: Since then, I found a small boutique in Montreal with the chandeliers by Incidence on stock.
Canadian manufacturer Titus supplies Home Depot
I went online to find a source for affordable Lucite chandeliers. I found a few at the Canadian stores of Home Depot. For once, Canadians can buy a superb collection that is not available in the United States.
They are produced by a company from Toronto called Titus Manufacturing. They lack the French flair of the chandeliers by Incidence but they are still beautiful.
They are also available in several colors. The pink, red or green even make them suitable for a girl bedroom.
The fabric shades are a nice touch. Why not change the fabric of the shades with a beautiful patterned fabric that complement your decor? If you are unsure how to do it yourself, look online for a professional in your area. If you go to a good textile store, they make be able to recommend someone.
The budget-conscious who are looking for a cool and stylish chandelier should check these out.
Learn more: Web site of Incidence – start at 38 ?
Buy online: Concerto collection by Titus Manufacturing at HomeDepot.ca – start at $179 CAD
Buy online: 5 lights Bella Chandelier by Titus Manufacturing at HomeDepot.ca – price: $139 CAD
+ Incidence chandeliers in Montreal
blakeSeptember 12, 2007 at 22:09
That bright green one by Titus makes my heart sing.
But they are all gorgeous.
Eden SpodekSeptember 12, 2007 at 22:47
Of course the Incidence models we can’t get here are the nicest. Regardless, I’m looking for some new lighting so thanks for letting me know these stylish chandeliers are available in Canada, and Home Depot no less.
HSPSeptember 13, 2007 at 12:09
These chandeliers are gorgeous.
Do you have any European online retailer sources for the Incidence items?
At Home with kim valleeSeptember 13, 2007 at 12:48
HSP: They have retailers in France, Greece and Spain.
The point of sales list is available on Incidence Web site. Since their Web site is in Flash, I cannot provide you the exact link – you will find it on their top right menu.
For a moment, I taught it was available in Montreal but Kabane has been sold. I phoned the new store called Cocoon this morning. They confirmed that they do not sell Incidence chandeliers. Too bad!
HSPSeptember 22, 2007 at 22:41
Yeah, I was looking at their website but none of their EU listings has a viable web shop. I was hoping that you might have a hint the rest of us didn’t. 🙂 Thanks!
At Home with kim valleeSeptember 24, 2007 at 22:39
HSP: I looked for more retailers in EU and North America. So far I only found one small boutique in Montreal.
SarahDecember 25, 2007 at 10:04
i will like to know more about your company because i want to know if i can buy some of your chandeliers to my busines partner in Argentina and i want your company to throw more light on the procedure i need to use.
josie marie larimerMay 12, 2008 at 18:21
i think your work is beautiful. i love the bright colors [:
avizeNovember 7, 2008 at 12:51
Great, thx for information..
Jennifer ChavezOctober 9, 2009 at 19:45
How can I order those chandeliers and how much are they?
KatNovember 13, 2009 at 13:53
Canadian dealer of the Parisian lights in Montreal: http://www.parisprovence.com/index_fichiers/Page361.htm
CarolineDecember 13, 2012 at 09:49
I can’t find Incidence’s website via google, you have the link?