Sputnik chandeliers are now surviving their golden age, especially, this year because, as I’ve already written earlier cosmos is one of the main interior trends of the year 2016. Those illuminators indeed remind cosmos, don’t they? Why is their title so strange and what does their shape hide?
Sputnik is the first satellite in the world (Russian) launched into space 1975. Its shape was revived and transformed later and applied for home and “the atom age” began. Those chandeliers are widely used until now, especially in guest rooms where moderate luxury or a bit of classics prevail, however, Sputnik chandelier perfectly looks even in a children’s room.
Most usually they’re met in the interiors of middle ages but are perfectly applied in minimalistic and Scandinavian interiors. Indeed they fit everywhere – brings luxury to a space and for a long time (or probably never) will not get out of trend, in addition, looks especially light and do not turn even the smallest space heavy.
I haven’t seen such illuminators in Lithuania earlier but probably now any manufacturer can offer one or another illuminator modification. Illuminators are different by their structure – each lamp has its separate “holder” and that’s how a nice metal rod composition is made and the whole world goes bug due to it. Always of the colour brass even though there’re the illuminators of the colours silver and black. There so many variations of this illuminator that everyone will definitely find one that fits most to the space.