Chain Gang

  • Jorge Arango

Not since the Middle Ages has chain mail looked so stylish. Hudson Furniture’s Atlantis 100 chandelier (about $16,800), designed by Turkish founder Barlas Baylar, gathers hundreds of suspended strands of nickel chain mail into voluptuous forms that bring a sexy, dramatic touch to any interior. Copper, black nickel, and gold are available upon request for an added cost. The line also includes sconces ($3,450) and a large single-form chandelier ($14,600). (212.645.7800, www.hudsonfurnitureinc.com)

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