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High vs. Low: Crystal Ship Chandelier

I received quite a few comments about the ship chandelier shown in the amazing bunk room above designed by Joy Tribout Interior Design a few months ago. The one in the room above looks to be a real crystal chandelier and is quite the statement piece. If you want that exact piece, my high selection (shown below) by Canopy Designs Ltd. is for you. Granted, it is sold for over $3000; it’s stunning just the same.

My low is a wonderful alternative, specially made for a children’s room.

The Crystal Ship Hanging Light, a new design by Pottery Barn Kids, is only $199. That’s quite the high and low end of the spectrum. Would you spend $3000 for a lighting fixture for your child’s room?

karen lumsden

Wednesday 18th of September 2019

I am interested in your ship chandeliers to purchase. Could you please email me: with the options/choices I have to purchase. Looking for Dinning Room useage.

thanks in advance for your quick and timely reply.. KJ from Iowa..

Eowana Jordan

Saturday 15th of December 2018

I've been looking for a ship chandelier since I saw one in a home on the Richmond VA Xmas tour. I am so disappointed as this one is in my price range.. Please consider bringing it back!!


Tuesday 1st of May 2012

My friemd forwarded me the link to your blog and It is so great to see this post. I just purchased the large version of the Canopy Designs crystal chandelier for my son's room. He has a sitting area that can only be described as a turret with 18' ceilings and I was struggling with what to put in there. He saw the Canopy Designs and said, "That is just about the coolest thing I've seen in my whole life!". He is 8 and even his 10 year old brother wants one. I know he will love it for years to come!


Tuesday 1st of May 2012

So excited you posted this. I have had a picture of the $3000 ship in my want book for I can have my dream chandelier.


Sunday 29th of April 2012

A $3000 chandelier is just too much. I wouldn't spend that much for something I am not sure my kid would love and appreciate when the time comes. What if he would be more into trains? Or airplanes?

And I agree with you, ToddlerRemedies! Even if I had all the money to spend, I still would go for the cheaper one. I'd rather use my money on something more practical.