Morgan sets a rectangular hand-forged iron frame with glass panels within a larger frame without glass. In the midst of this frame-within-a-frame body, a candelabra stands poised with shapely candlebases and bobèches. The curvy bases of the candles contrast the hard lines of the rest of the fixture. The result: striking geometry, striking simplicity.
Morgan for the interior comes in two finishes: Deep Bronze and Gold Silver Leaf Finish.
Deep Bronze has a slight, rough texture to it and is very dark, reading as black in rooms where there's more black to sway it that way.
Equally alluring is the Gold Silver Leaf version. Hand-applied, the interior frame is densely packed with Gold Leaf with traces of silver, while the outer frame has a dominant silver base, impressionistically mottled with gold leaf. The result is a fixture of easy beauty and grace that fits right into any space where silver and golden elements are at play.
The versatility of Morgan is manifest in the many pictures we see of it. It works great above kitchen islands. It’s a stunner in the entryway. Hung high above a stairwell, it looks beautiful and pulls the space together. Playing off other rectangular shapes nearby with ease, it's adaptable to many spaces and accentuates this theme.
Below are some of our favorites we've come across in this past year+, and a special announcement about the newest member of the Morgan family.
We'd like to thank the folks over at @goodalemillerteam for taking this awesome shot of our #Morgan chandelier. We also want to invite you to check out our new Morgan-inspired Pinterest board (link in bio). | Reposted with permission.
American desert beauty. In this exquisite, minimalist Arizona home built and designed by @skapaproperties , our wrought-iron #Morgan chandelier welcomes you in, its hard angles and black frame tying into a visual theme established by the #steel-and-glass doors and continued with the #foyer #sidetable. | Reposted with kind permission of Skapa Properties.
We're officially declaring today Twofer Tuesday, as this gorgeous entryway by @houseofclinedesign features both our #Morgan chandelier and our #Palladium sconce. | Reposted with kind permission. #TwoferTuesday #DesignInspo #InteriorDesign
Best to start at the beginning, right? Morgan makes for a warm welcome in the entryway. First impressions don't lie.
We're thrilled @justdestinymag decided to feature our #Morgan chandelier in her new tranquil office space! The lucite chair and rug are especially glamorous and calming at once. | Reposted with permission as always.
Whether a home office is masculine or feminine, Morgan lightens the work load.
Whatever the style of the living room, Morgan helps make the space feel chill. Whether its right angles echo or contrast the shape of the coffee table, its presence enhances the room's design impact. Its metal frame and different finishes create natural opportunities for complementing nearby furniture, art, and accents.
We're digging the nautical vibe in this beachy kitchen designed by @townandcountrykitchenandbath. It's light and airy, but it also benefits from the contrast created by the wood floors, table, and chairs. Our #Morgan pendants, finished in Gold and Silver Leaf, hang above the island. | Reposted with permission. ?? credit to @patriciaburkephoto
Morgan makes the perfect pendant for over the kitchen island. Hang them in four-light or eight-light versions, in twos or threes, depending on the size of your space.
Morgan does wonders in transitional passages, such as above a two-part stairwell or in a hallway. Set in open, white, airy spaces, it echoes similar elements such as railings, windows, and architectural millwork, pulling the space together.
Lastly, don't forget the bathroom. Treat yo'self with a Morgan installed safely near the tub for a feeling of indulgence and luxury.