Now's Icons: The Oly Studio Meri Drum Chandelier

It glitters by representing light and looks like some sort of magical object from the sea. The pierced cast resin arrangement of this Meri Drum Chandelier from Oly Studio is like an oversized piece of jewelry for your home, light a space from overhead and projecting unique dots of light around a space. It supplies the glitz and glow of a crystal chandelier, but in the more modern kind of a large drum pendant light. It’s stunning in a variety of spaces, from foyers to restaurants. Let us see how designers are creating a statement with this stunning drum pendant.

The pendant works with a variety of styles. Here it plays off the walls that are neutral and creamy window treatments. A contemporary table and traditional chairs complete the vignette.

This is the exact same eat-in kitchen found in the previous picture. Here you may see how the texture performs off the substances used in the counter tops, reflective steel countertops and appliances.


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The Meri Drum Chandelier hangs from a simple string and stuns with its simple shape and intricate pierced-resin colour.

Rachel Reider Interiors

This designer used the Meri in a Nantucket inn. She subtly wove in sudden coastal elements in this property, largely through textures such as seagrass as well as the shell-like possessions of this pendant. There is something quite pearl in the darkened about its look.

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Here, the Meri draws the eye up, helping this room’s uniquely glamorous and contemporary composition stretch in the floral rug all the way to the ceiling.

Heather Garrett Design

The pendant makes a wonderful first impression in an entry hall, supplying soft light from overhead plus a vantage point from the hall.

Company & William Conrad Interiors

The Meri dazzles in this tropical and bright Palm Beachy poolhouse, standing out from the vivid green walls.

Heather Garrett Design

This elegant living room is filled with subdued colour and carefully placed reflective surfaces; check out the clever connection between the mirror, pendant, floor vases and sconces. They all bounce light around and please the eye with their round shapes.

The Meri adds glow and glamor for this tranquil mother-of-pearl colour palette.

Heather Garrett Design

Finally, a swanky restaurant is brightened by a row of Meris paired with extended feathered light fixtures. This is quite a bold mix of textures, and they stand out much more beneath the glossy black ceiling.

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