Chandeliers from Crystorama are helping add a dose of drama to the holiday décor at a famous Fifth Avenue boutique. Ten of the company’s crystal chandeliers are part of the window and atrium displays at Henri Bendel in New York City.
Brad Kleinberg, President of Crystorama, says the chandeliers are a perfect fit for the fanciful displays, which were inspired by the Nutcracker ballet.
“Henri Bendel does a lot of jewelry, and the idea was to make jewelry for the ceiling,” Kleinberg says. “That’s the goal of our company, to make jewelry for the home.”
The design firm, Edward J. Sajovic Design, approached Crystorama about using some of the company’s Swarovski chandeliers, which Crystorama then customized for this project. Kleinberg describes the display as elegant and whimsical, from the Nutcracker scene in the window to the giant white tree with chandeliers hanging off of it in the atrium.
“It turned out exactly how we envisioned it,” Kleinberg says. “They started out with a drawing, and we used the drawing to customize the chandeliers, and the end product looks exactly like the drawings.”
The chandeliers and the rest of the display will be up through the end of the Christmas season.