While turquoise seems to be the most popular option, the fixture is available in a range of colors, including white, milky antique, milky chocolate, milky green, milky jade, milky pink and milky lavender. The frame comes in several finishes: antique gold, antique silver, bronze, antique white and black.
This turquoise chandelier sets the tone for a sophisticated dining room that mixes Arts and Crafts, contemporary and eclectic pieces with aplomb. Note the matching wall sconces.
The chandelier's warm amber glass warms up the soft neutral color palette in this dining room.
"I built the entire dining room around the blue milk glass chandelier and custom wood ceiling treatment," says interior designer Wendy Resin. "The turquoise color was the inspiration for the other textiles in the room. I followed with Moroccan-inspired Roman shades, linen drapery and antique rug. The dining room opens to the entry of the home and offers a casual but elegant space to welcome guests."