Savoy House Lighting

I am SO excited to announce a new brand partnership for Summer Blaise Interiors and Events: Savoy House! Savoy House is a lighting company that was founded in Georgia with Southern roots that have evolved over the years to also include contemporary, urban, and nostalgic restoration lighting fixtures. Their products range from chandeliers to ceiling fans, outdoor lighting, and everything in between.

This gorgeous chandelier is called the Panola Provence 5 Light Chandelier and can be found on Savoy’s website linked here. It’s available at multiple online retailers and is very affordable for the quality and detail that it boasts.

The Panola Provence is the PERFECT addition to my “Pride and Prejudice” themed piano room. It gives off plenty of light and I love the antique look and textured feel of the piece. It looks exactly like something that I could find at a vintage store!

I mean come on, these details are seriously breathtaking and BONUS: it was super easy to put together! The chandelier came with the beads on, they just have to be hooked into place. It also comes with a long chain that is perfect for high ceilings like ours!

Whether you’re going for a traditional, beachy, modern, or elegant vibe in your space, the Panola Provence 5 Light Chandelier by Savoy House will be a wonderful addition.

Another stunning Savoy House light that I am obsessed with is the Towsend 6 Light Foyer, which can be found linked here. This 6-light pendant adds a subtle modern flair to our foyer space without being too loud and taking over. I love the warm brass finish!

This piece can give a room a farmhouse, transitional, or classic vibe. While it is a bold piece, it’s beautifully simplistic in its architecture. This piece is offered in five finish choices and pendants of a variety of sizes! Check out our foyer before and after some paint and the addition of this light:

We are so happy to have such a wonderful new partner and gorgeous lighting in our home! Follow along on Instagram to see more great partnerships and room transitions:

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