Our five favourite projects from 2016
It’s been a busy year for us at Chantelle Lighting, as we’ve
been working up and down the country on lots of exciting projects, both in the
hospitality sector and also on some private residential properties. As the year
draws to a close we thought it would be nice to round it off by selecting five projects
which we love:
Be at One,
We created and manufactured two stunning, bespoke, antique
pink multi ring pendants with 24 warm LED lamps in each. The bespoke fittings
were eye-catching and added a new dimension to the bar. Keeping in line with
the 'Miami' theme, they were bold, bright, colourful and playful; exactly like
Be at One.
Read the full case study here: http://www.chantellelighting.co.uk/project/57/Be-at-One
We were asked to create a number of bespoke fittings, which
were unique and would create the right mood, ambience and setting as the venue shifted
from day to night time. We manufactured a range of light fittings for
throughout the venue, including the restaurant, stairs, hallway and the bedrooms.
Read the full case study here: http://www.chantellelighting.co.uk/project/56/Forest
We provided the external Jazzman's sign at the front of the
building. This is an eye-catching piece, and really complements the industrial,
steampunk interior design theme inside the shop.Adding to the look, we
supplied a number of industrial fittings including a working pendant fan, which
really enhanced the theme.
Read the full case study here: http://www.chantellelighting.co.uk/project/55/Jazzman-Grooves
We manufactured a large chandelier, finished in blackened
steel, creating an almost velvet effect, which was much softer to the eye. The
fitting came complete with 30 dimmable LED light bulbs, which created a
brilliant glow, adding hints of gold and yellow tones, which were a nice
contrast to the dark steel.
Read the full case study here: http://www.chantellelighting.co.uk/project/54/Private-Residence
The Village Hotel
Group, various sites:
We produced a stunning nine arm pendant in black for the
reception area at each venue. This features adjustable arms that can be shifted
to point in any direction.
The corridors in the hotel venues are lit up with
downlights, which are angled towards the doors; this creates a sultry mood,
enticing guests as they use the corridor paths.
The lighting supplied for the bedrooms is minimalistic;
usually angled and manufactured from wood and chrome to create a simplistic look,
which is versatile and will match any interior. The designers chose bright,
bold colours to furnish the bedrooms, so the overall look is very modern and
Read the full case study here: http://www.chantellelighting.co.uk/project/53/The-Village-Hotel-Group
We hope you enjoyed reading about some of our
work in 2016, we look forward to completing many more projects like these in