The Prettiest Shell Chandelier I Ever Saw

shell and coral chandelier in a florida coastal home

I have a friend named Phyllis who lives in a charming story-book style home on the water in Clearwater, Florida.  Everything about her home speaks to my heart — and it’s no accident.  Phyllis has one of the best design sensibilities of anyone I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing personally and each and every visit to her home is filled with one breath-taking moment after another.  Phyllis designs with love — and pink — lots and lots of pink.  It is Florida, after all!

Did I mention Phyllis has the absolute prettiest shell chandelier I’ve ever seen?  It chock full of coral and crystals and shells — oh my!  I thought you might want to see it too!

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Love is in the details and this shelled chandelier has lots and lots of details.  The crystals mixed with the shells are absolutely gorgeous — and something I don’t think I’ve ever seen before.  The amount of coral tucked into every nook and cranny is luxurious.  The little double-row shelled lampshades — perfect.  Then add the shell flowers, pearl nautilus shells, pearl turbo shells, and the spiral cut trochus… I DIE!

If you love this as much as I do, and if you’d like to have your own custom chandelier, Heather of Heather Kendall Designsis happy to do custom work. Just let her know what you have in mind, she’ll work with you to create your vision, and she ships anywhere!  Heather’s contact info is on her website and she’d be happy to talk with you about your design ideas. 

So… what about you?  Tell me what you think!

Peace, Love, and Beautifully Inspiring Friends,

Lesli :)

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Marie January 23, 2012 at 6:44 pm

It is so gorgeous and I’d love to have a seashell chandelier in my beach cottage someday. 

Would love for you to share this or another of your wonderful decorating articles at our blog hop this week (nauticalcottageblog.com)

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Anonymous January 24, 2012 at 3:18 am

And I’ll just bet you will, Marie.  I do believe you’re a girl who makes her decorating dreams come true ;)  Thanks for popping in today :)

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Krissie January 24, 2012 at 3:38 am

Oh WOW! that chandelier is really something else…….. it’s beautiful i love it so much,thank you for sharing it with us,very inspiring x

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Anonymous January 24, 2012 at 11:11 am

Glad you love it as much as I do!  Thanks for stopping by Beautifully Coastal. I hope to see you again and again ;)

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Nancy January 24, 2012 at 6:26 am

Oh this is too die for!  I have a similar chandelier in my Breakfast Nook painted light green.   Hmmmm, lots of ideas here for my Florida Home.  Thanks so much for sharing!!!

Nancy

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Anonymous January 24, 2012 at 11:11 am

Nancy, what fun that you have a similar chandelier!  If you decide to do something like this, be sure to send me a picture :)  Thanks for visiting BC.

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Dixie January 24, 2012 at 8:15 pm

If I owned a beach house I’d want a chandy just like this!

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Anonymous February 1, 2012 at 9:10 pm

Me too! I took photos of it on my last day in Clearwater, just because I never wanted to forget it ;)

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Vicki H January 25, 2012 at 8:16 am

Love it!!! And the person who made it is a friend of mine: Heather Kendall – she makes great Shell Mirrors too!

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Anonymous January 25, 2012 at 5:24 pm

I just found out about Heather today and posted a link to her on Facebook and Pinterest.  Are you sure she made this chandelier? It’s possible, because my friend lives in Clearwater.

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Klewalk February 1, 2012 at 6:42 pm

Yes! Heather and I went to 2nd grade together – same person :)

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Anonymous February 1, 2012 at 9:09 pm

Good to know, my friend. And welcome to Beautifully Coastal :)

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