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Trend Alert: Vintage Murano Chandeliers Are The Next Big Thing (+23 Examples In All Kinds Of Homes)

I think that pretty much everyone on the EHD team will agree that I’m the world’s WORST dispenser of advice. It’s not for lack of caring (or lack of listening. Or lack of trying!) – it’s just that I have one stock piece of wisdom: “what does your gut say?” I KNOW IT’S NOT HELPFUL, FRIENDS. But I’m a lifelong proponent of just trusting your gut – we’re built to notice patterns! Our instincts pick up on things that don’t always jump out at us! – and at the end of the day, it’s never steered me (super) wrong.

So when my gut sees a photo of a Murano chandelier and starts SCREAMING, I do what any normal person does – I run to the nearest computer, hop on the blog, and then I spend about 10 hours accidentally penning a dissertation where I dissect all my thoughts and feelings about chandeliers and artisans and scale and zoning and who knows what else in real-time. JUST LIKE A COOL, NORMAL LADY. Buckle up cuties – today, I want to walk you through what I’m pretty convinced is the next big thing in lighting. (My credentials: in August, I swore that vegetable-shaped dinnerware was the next big thing. You know what popped up at Anthro this week? CABBAGEWARE. There’s a method to the madness!)

But before we get super in the weeds on the inspo, I wanted to show you the two, uh, “livable” photos – you know, the ones that stopped me in my tracks and made me think, “oh, maybe these Murano chandeliers aren’t just for heiresses in centuries-old palazzos or trend-forward Kelly Wearstler clients in high rise buildings.” Stick with me for a second here, yeah?

Is there anything goofier than me being like, “here’s a livable space” and then SHOWING YOU A PICTURE OF A TWO-STORY HOTEL LOBBY? The brass desk is what got my gears turning, though – remind you of anything? – and I was pretty immediately enamored with how balanced and fun the metal looks when paired with this MASSIVE glass chandelier. It’s a pretty traditionally “feminine” palette (pinks, metallics, and graphic stripes, oh my!) but it doesn’t feel like I’m being hit over the head with glam, you know?

This space on the right is a bit more livable, though. This chandelier looks like it’s from the 70s (can you tell I’ve saved, uh, a million of these on Etsy recently?), but look how fresh it feels in this space! There are some other awesome vintage elements here – the antique ceiling medallion! The 1950s Flag Halyard chair! – but it just feels new and bright and happy and clean in here. LOVE. That’s what I’m going for, too!!! Now, with all this in mind, LET ME SHOW YOU THE ~DRAMA~ INSPO…

design by david bromley | photo by mark roper | via homes to love

HUGE. STUNNING. CHANDELIER. I’m in love with how restrained this color palette is – y’all know I’m a lover of a tightly-edited red and blue room! – but I’m most impressed by HOW FREAKIN’ GREAT this enormous fixture looks hanging in a seemingly-average height room. Like, did you even notice that there’s a hole in the ceiling? I DIDN’T! So much patina. So much character. There’s this old Dorothy Draper quote about design that I love – “If it looks right, it is right” – so let this be a lesson to all of us to throw away the rules on traditionally-appropriate lighting scale. We’re just GOING FOR IT in 2022 and filling our homes with things we love, friends!!!

AHH. (Yeah, I’m like, screaming at my computer while writing this – hope that level of enthusiasm is coming across.) I cannot tell you how much I love this out-of-the-box usage of two *big* Murano chandeliers. We’d normally see a long, vertical lighting fixture over that dining table on the left (you can grab the interior design school-approved traditional dimensions here), but how special do those two petal chandeliers feel? It’s unexpected and beautiful and the symmetry framing the art is just, like, AHHH! (The screaming is back!!!)

I can’t believe how great these fixtures look in this kitchen, too. If I came up to you and was like, “hey, can I hang two uber-glam vintage Italian chandeliers in your minimalist mid-century kitchen,” your answer would probably be “GIRL, PLEASE COOL IT with these insane hypothetical scenarios in every post.” (That’s the long way of saying “no thank you.”) But it makes such a huge difference here – the space is way more elevated by the more surprising light fixture choice. It’s such a great balance, don’t you think?

design by todd black | photo by ken hayden | via architectural digest

SO well collected, designed, and styled. Everything here is an absolute winner – bone inlay chairs! Tile floors! Stained glass windows! Frescoed ceilings! Even the curtain rod is special!!! – but it all sings together, right? It’s maximalism done right. The chandelier here is so dreamy, too – it’s visually lightweight enough to keep your eye moving through the space, but impactful enough to hold its own in such a bold and vibrant room. It’s simultaneously playful AND chic. GAH. Masterful, guys.

design by ronald van der hilst | photo by michael james o’brien | via the cut

ARE YOU KIDDING? I’m not normally a Louis XVI chair gal, but I will absolutely make an exception for this sitting room. It’s just so fun – like, I feel like I have a great idea of the person who lives here – and the balance between the classic floors, incredible ceiling, 80s track lighting (look close, it’s up there), milking stool, and SPECTACULAR chandelier literally has me losing my mind over here. I kind of love the reminder that if the bones are good, you can kiiiinda get away with doing whatever you want. It’s nice to not overthink things, you know? (Paint your chairs! Leave your tile floors! Throw a log near your door! It’ll all work out!)

design by carleton varney | photo by kim sargent | via architectural digest

Traditionalists, rejoice – there’s something for you, too. Picture something more classic here – maybe something in brass with a bunch of arms that all have those little lampshades on them? You know the ones I’m talking about? – and it falls so, so flat compared to all the personality that this green glass chandelier brings to this space. I would put this fixture in my house in a FREAKIN’ MINUTE. I don’t care that it’s huge. I don’t care that it’d be about 4′ off the ground and that I’d have to walk around it every day. It’s worth it.

Y’all, I gotta hit the lotto. (Can we please manifest it? I’ll throw a party, like Emily did at the first Portland project, so we can all ogle the petal fixtures that I would obviously be investing in.) I just love that they’re simultaneously so quiet and so impactful – there’s not a ton of visual clutter, like you often see with chandeliers that have a ton of arms or a large horizontal presence. These are just so soft and light and GAH. Are you starting to see what I’m seeing? Are you picking up what I’m putting down right now??? These Murano chandeliers look great everywhere, guys!!!

design by margherita missoni | via architectural digest

Case in point: AN OFFICE. Who needs a semi-flush mount when you could amp things up with a vintage chandelier? And, like, look how those peach-colored walls are reflecting off the mint glass. CHEF’S KISS. Also worth noting is that there is a full-on Mac desktop in this photo, which I literally did not even register until I stared at this shot for about 5 minutes straight. It’s a pretty compelling case for going bold on the lighting, yeah? (It’s also nice to see a fully styled room with some interior soffits – I know that we got a lot of requests around working around more “cookie-cutter” or “white box” home features, and this is just proof that you can add a ton of character and personality with just decor elements.)

photo by oberto gili | via architectural digest

Or you can add the aforementioned character and personality with architecture that’s supported by decor elements. EITHER WAY. I pulled this shot because I love how these two fixtures interact with each other – I know that picking lighting for an open concept floor plan can be a biiiiit of a nightmare (understatement?), so it’s fun to see examples of two TOTALLY different lighting styles working so well together.

design by bibi monnahan | photo by françois dischinger | via architectural digest

I know we’re going hard on the color and pattern here, but I love this room because it swung hard in the opposite direction – instead of going huge and filling up all the vertical space, this chandelier is scaled *juuuuuust* right. It’s a little on the smaller side, which is dynamic and interesting in a WHOLE new way. I kind of love how size and scale rules don’t necessarily apply when you’re working with such unique fixtures. Also, this is just such a great use of a super narrow, design-agony-inducing room. Love it all.

I MEAN. Hit me with a big, clear statement chandelier over a dining table ANY DAY OF THE WEEK. (I have one of these vintage lucite ribbons going up in my dining room – the vibe I’m going for in there is “disco deco” – but in another world where I have multiple dining rooms for reasons I still cannot imagine, I’d absolutely splurge on a Murano version.) The texture of the chandelier on the right is just unbelievable, too. Like, y’all, SOMEONE MADE THAT. In a boiling hot concrete room! They turned a billion degree hunk of sand into a THAT! We don’t give artisans enough credit. I don’t even have a full set of CUPS in my house and people are out here making massive, one-piece glass fixtures without breakage. UNBELIEVABLE.

These are my two favorite shots in the whole post, I think!!! Y’all, I just ADORE these oversized fixtures. They create such a sense of place, you know? Like, the standard design wisdom is to create zones in your home using rugs to ground each different space – not here, though!!! If adding a rug doesn’t make sense with the layout of your space (like in the shot on the left) or if you’re just trying to let your floors shine (you guessed it – like in the shot on the right), creating a zone by anchoring from the top of your room feels really original and considered and ~designed~. (And while I have you, did you see that book matched stone on the left? ARE YOU KIDDING?)

I mean, you get it at this point, right? Check out these side-by-side comparisons real quick, though: one fixture is super high and a little tiny; the other is a liiiiittle wider than we’d normally see at a table of this size. Two pink and green rooms, two different styles of Murano chandelier, two SLAM DUNKS. They always look awesome, pals. (I can’t believe it either. Like, this post should probably just be renamed “the ceiling light style that looks good everywhere,” because it’s true.)

AHH! (Am I screaming about the color palette on the left? The cutest littlest guy with the cutest littlest legs I’ve ever seen on the right? The super creative use of cord swagging to hang chandeliers in unexpected places? To no one’s surprise, the correct answer is ALL OF THE ABOVE!) Honestly, though – I know firsthand that trying something a little left-field in your home can be intimidating or scary but this feels like SUCH a great and accessible entry point. Like, in my case, I don’t think I’ll be able to afford the 6′ chandelier of my dreams (and I also don’t really have space for it, but that’s neither here nor there) – but this? Swagging a lil’ guy somewhere? I think I can swing this.

I’VE BROUGHT YOU FULL CIRCLE. We started this post out with two pink chandeliers and that’s where we’re ending it, too! My obsession with Murano lighting started when I was trying to figure out the ceiling fixture for my bedroom – I’m really leaning into the whole “saturated hits of solid color” thing, y’all – and these have been such great inspiration shots along the way. In an ideal world, I’ll be able to source a piece that’s a similar size and scale the one on the left (or, you know, one of you will magically be selling one that happens to be in my price range, which is currently $very low)…but if not, it’s helpful to see that a smaller-sized version would be just as lovely, too.

BUT OKAY. Out of all the things I’ve tried to sell you on over the last few years – weird color combos, weird colors presented as neutrals, dinnerware shaped like vegetables, gifting closets, the list goes on!!! – I have a gut feeling that this one may end up being the favorite. It doesn’t feel particularly attached to any one decor style or architecture – there’s something for all of us! WHAT SAY YOU??? Can you see it? Do you like it, too? Let’s chat. PLEASE?! xx

PS. This is my favorite Italian Etsy store for Murano lighting. I couldn’t leave you hanging. (I wanted to – I don’t need more competition for the affordable ones!!! – but I guess sharing is caring? That’s what I’ve heard, at least. Let me live vicariously through you while I save up for my own chandelier!!)

Opening Image Credits: Design by Lázaro Rosa-Violán | Photo by Ludovic Magnoux & Martin Mendez | via InteriorDesign.net

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AzureSongLA
7 months ago

Yes, yes and YES!!!! Good thing I already have a huge purple Murano-wannabe chandelier that I got from Craigslist! https://www.instagram.com/p/BzzEy6mnenE/

Cris S.
7 months ago
Reply to  AzureSongLA

How is that even possible??? How did it come? Put together or taken apart? WOW!

AzureSongLA
7 months ago
Reply to  Cris S.

@Cris S. It was in an opened original box in a guy’s garage! He had been storing it for his son for 7 years. He told his son that if he didn’t come and get it, he would sell it. I couldn’t tell if anything was broken since everything was encased in styrofoam. We paid someone to wire the base and then it took us 3 hours to hang all of the glass bulbs. Fortunately, not a single bulb was broken!

priscilla
7 months ago
Reply to  AzureSongLA

Wow, that is worth every minute you spent putting it together and every penny you spent snagging it! LOVE it!

Paula
7 months ago
Reply to  AzureSongLA

Wowzers, that is gorgeous.

Diane
7 months ago

With one glance at the top photo, I realized what I was in for: another Caitlyn-goes-full-maximalist post bursting with surprising, colorful, eclectic design – now featuring gargantuan chandeliers! And I thought, well, she’s got to be kidding – this time the lady has gone too far. But the joke’s on me, Caitlyn, because you’re absolutely, brilliantly right – vintage Murano chandeliers are indeed versatile, timeless, and ridiculously chic in apparently any room imaginable. I L O V E the two side by side photos of white chandeliers in the midcentury rooms and the bitty little clear one near the bottom of the post. But then again, the two pink ones at the end really get me too. So even though I’m not quite ready to paint some Louis XVI chairs and string up a cobalt-trimmed Trevi Fountain of a chandelier, I can definitely salute all of these rooms’ incredible charm. Thanks for opening my mind to something new!

wally
7 months ago

This is probably my favorite post on this site ever. It has just the right amount of extra-ness and maximalism for me. I’m so tired of neutrals and green everything. Thank you so much!

Justine W
7 months ago

Caitlin, every post you write is just jam packed with joy. I feel like we’ve all come to know your voice and I love seeing the design world through your eyes. Emily sure knows how to pick them! Great work. You’re right, this is my favorite trend you’ve shared!

Deborah
7 months ago
Reply to  Justine W

“…jam packed with joy.” <– perfect description Justine!

I love expressive writing and Caitlin’s is just that; caps, punctuation, voice! 🙂

~Deborah

Anna
7 months ago
Reply to  Justine W

I completely agree! Caitlin post days are my favorite!

Susan
7 months ago

Thanks for the Etsy link so I could get a sense of the cost. My fav room is the purple orange room with the small chandelier. That seems attainable. Learned a lot from this post.

Cris S.
7 months ago

Wow! I wish I’d seen these when I was buying lighting for our house 4 years ago. Hmmmm…. what needs to be replaced???? And now I have a new search term for FBMP.

Deborah
7 months ago

That is a GREAT site, with, Caitlin as you said, “the prices are great (not cheap, but potentially attainable!) and the variety is awesome.” Very kind of that person to DM you that link, thank you both for sharing! 🙂

~Deborah

KC
7 months ago

Love. Love. Love.

Cassie
7 months ago

Oh yeah. I’m here for this one. Every piece is a stunner!

Maxine Becker
7 months ago

This what design is all about!

Jen
7 months ago

Well, that was just fun and inspiring! The brass chandelier type brass metal circle thing (no wired lighting paarts) and plastic bag of chandelier crystals I scored at an estate sale maybe 2 years ago and now calling my name to see how they all fit together…. and where I could someday hang it!

Karen
7 months ago

My fam has a transparent prism chandelier residing in its 2nd gen house. I never knew it’s name before though I always knew it was special. Thanks for giving answers. Taking down each prism for washing and placing back up is a very rewarding job. ✨

Paula
7 months ago
Reply to  Karen

I once saw a program about Windsor Castle. They showed them cleaning one of HUUUUUGE crystal chandeliers. It definitely was a big job.

Thora
7 months ago

I love your deep dive posts, Caitlin! I admit, I had never thought of these chandeliers before, but now I am convinced am that Murano glass chandeliers can go anywhere. I do love the punchiness of the large royal blue one a lot, and because glass can be blown in so many shapes there are so many different looks with them. Looking at the Etsy shop was fun too.

7 months ago

Love the inspiring photos. While I appreciate the maximalist design, I’d prefer the writing to be more minimalist. Less text can certainly be more for blog posts. One longtime blog reader’s two cents.

Riri
7 months ago
Reply to  Emily

I disagree — Caitlin’s voice and writing style are the best parts of her posts. She’s super knowledgeable about all the various stylistic elements in a room and always takes care to call out details that I may have missed. Caitlin, don’t change a thing.

Deborah
7 months ago
Reply to  Riri

I agree Riri, I enjoy Caitlin’s expressive writing; caps, punctuation and voice! 🙂

Doan Luu
7 months ago
Reply to  Riri

I second “Caitlin, don’t change a thing.” We love your writing!

Karyn Meadows
7 months ago
Reply to  Emily

I love Caitlin’s voice and her texts…they are some of my favorites here11 She is so knowledgable and descriptive and FUNNY!!! Her home buying posts are LEGEND. More text, not less!!!

Rebecca
7 months ago

I stayed at a gorg bnb with huge 15 ft ceilings, decorated to the max, and a Murano chandelier in every room. Thank you for reminding me of that and to bring some glam into my everyday life lol

Alexandra
7 months ago

OMG the ENTHUSIASM. I am so here for this. My little design heart has been sent to a new dimension — these rooms are bursting with life and art and color and personality. They are the furthest thing from my current Instagram scroll, in the best possible way. I love the tension that these fixtures create. I mean … that hit of sparkle in a minimalist wood kitchen? That blush pink lacquered ceiling and bananas-pants work of art chandi in an otherwise minimal dining room? That tiny sweet swag with the massive stone horse head? That cobalt, just, like existing? Dying dying dead deceased. Thank you for putting together an assemblage of such happy rooms. These trend posts are some of the best things to happen to EHD, and so I appreciate you sharing your joy and insights you want. Use all the capital letters, girl! We are right there screaming with you. Love, the girl who is currently outfitting her bedroom with red striped bedding and slate-y blue velvet curtains. P.S. Can we talk about these ceilings? I love how many of them are treated, whether it’s an interesting medallion, a painted tray (that ombre green glass next to… Read more »

Paula
7 months ago
Reply to  Alexandra

Yes, that previous post on the Seattle rental house was such a downer for me. So dull. So colorless. So restricted. Posts like THIS one just feed my soul.

7 months ago

This is absolute art. I can’t live here I just want to sit and watch amazing!!!

Courtney Koenig
7 months ago

I loved the part about following your gut! I seriously want to start a movement! Right!?

Cat
7 months ago

Am I the only one whose mind involuntarily screams “BUT THE DUST!!!!” while looking at these? So fun but I sadly can’t imagine one in my pet-filled home.

Deborah
7 months ago
Reply to  Cat

Regarding dust, good air filters really help prevent a lot of that and I hope to add a robotic vac this year too.

Right now I am fostering a few young cats, and ALL the dangly thing been removed either by them or me and have to packed away for a while. Also the steeplechases around the rooms are so energetic and wildly disruptive to most decor! 🙂 My older cats are too respectful to be so destructive…. 🙂

kim
7 months ago
Reply to  Deborah

We have a robotic vacuum, the secret is, they’re not really vacuums! They are carpet sweepers. They don’t vacuum, they sweep the dirt into an inner container that you have to empty, or that get sucked into a larger container that you have to empty every so often. They get stuck under chairs, or in rooms when they shut the door behind them, or eat the fringe on the carpet and go round and round and round….
I wish we didn’t have one. But my husband was gifted Rover, and he loves it. A good weekly with the 40+ year old electrolux canister and we’re good to go.

🥰 Rusty
7 months ago

Aaaah, Caitlin, your post is like a deep dive into a crispy-cool pool on a searing hot day – thank you!

Each photo is beyond eye-candy, it’s a feast for the eyeballs, because there’s So. Much. Detail. in each and every one. I could stare at each one for ages!

Luxe is not my thing, but I loved gawking at each one accompanied by your enthusiastic wit and homour along the way. Would I want one of these in my home? Maybe, possibly, kinda, four of them? But probably not.
Will I re-read this post and stare at the photos some more? It’s a hell-yeah!!

Yummy read! 🤗

kim
7 months ago
Reply to  Bre

OMG those are gorgeous! What did you end up using??

Bre
7 months ago
Reply to  kim

The ones I linked. They went on either side of the fireplace. My pinterest board for this houses’ lighting makes me so happy just looking at it. https://www.pinterest.com/brehoward126/madison-4/lighting/

Karyn Meadows
7 months ago
Reply to  Bre

Love your board so much!!

Deborah
7 months ago
Reply to  Bre

Wow, those are gorgeous! Following your pin board!

Emma
7 months ago

Brb buying a whole ass chandelier for my office, a possibility I had somehow overlooked

Michelle
7 months ago

How fun! I lean towards maximalism and items that feel handmade, so Murano-style light fixtures are right up my alley. Especially the blown glass versions. I also love how they bring a sense of space and texture to minimal-style spaces. That tension is so good. If folks are interested, you should do some research into the history and craftsmanship specific to Murano glass (an island just outside of Venice). It’s spectacular.

Don
7 months ago

Dammit, Caitlyn! I had convinced myself that I needed something more rustic over my dining table, but I was clearly wrong. I was certain a traditional chandelier was the wrong look. But Murano…hadn’t even considered it. AND I AM A DESIGNER.

Amanda
7 months ago

Nancy on Insta (CasaCavalier) has Murano chandys in her New York apartment – check out her stunning style!

Chelsea
7 months ago

Have I got the designer for you! Crystal Blackshaw:
In a dining room: https://www.instagram.com/p/CU8GM8sJHZe/
An in progress bathroom: https://www.instagram.com/p/Cb0g3x-JOpw/
A soft living room: https://www.instagram.com/p/B8ykmHsJxYi/

Kelly
7 months ago

Gah, Caitlin, you’ve done it again! Every time I think there is no way I’m going to like a thing, you show me that I do in fact like it! Nay, I LOVE IT! Are you kidding? Murano glass chandeliers? I live in Oklahoma! I have ceiling fans everywhere! And yet here I am, heart pitter-pattering over yet another design element I was sure would be too much but Caitlin showed me the way. I just love your writing. Our styles are so different and I have zilch experience with Design-with-a-capital-D, but you have a magical way of showing me what makes something “good design” regardless of personal aesthetic. And your enthusiasm cheered me up on an annoying afternoon of filing taxes and other irksome tasks. Thanks, as always! You’re the best. Now I’m off to figure out if there is anywhere in my house where I can install those vintage pink glass petals wall sconces from the Etsy shop. Ohmahgawd I love them! And I don’t even dig pink!

Deborah
7 months ago

SOLD!!!

Lol, I only barely knew what a Murano chandelier was (kind of thought the Venetian blown glass kind of baroque style was Murano – did not realize the contemporary styles were) and you both educated me and sold me on their fabulously decorative potential! 🙂

I love so many of the rooms you featured –> I want to follow your Pinterest boards!

So much art in these rooms, both 2 and 3 dimensional, there is even humor in the art choices! I laughed when I saw the small figure in the dining room with zebra striped chairs, on the table, on it’s back seemingly fending off the massive Murano chandelier pressing on it from above! 🙂 LOl!

So much passion, verve, vitality, creativity – thanks Caitlin! 🙂

~Deborah

Now to read all the other comments! 🙂

Donna
7 months ago

SOOOOO Yummy! Each one is such an amazing work of art – I truly loved viewing this post so much on this cloudy day in NC … on my much needed afternoon break … from writing, of all things, inspirational messages for our clients!

Cheryl
7 months ago

I’ll take the one tier version for my eight foot ceilings or maybe someone can buy me a sprawling house in which to hang these gorgeous chandies?

priscilla
7 months ago

Big, honking chandeliers, I am all IN!

anon
7 months ago

That solid blue glass chandelier with matching vases and the same blue in the art blew my mind. The chandelier would be a bit much for me but I love that color and how it’s carried through the other thingss.

I love this trend! i’ve been looking for a dining room chandelier and i’ve been looking at the old crystally chandeliers. and i found some gorgeous pink murano style ones on chairish that i really loooooove. this was a great groundup. the pink is my favorite, OF COURSE.

Also, those last two shots (pink chandeliers) are so good. that first one from AD, i LOVED that apt tour so much! so good. the second one, from My Scandinavian Home, is totally new to me and I’m so excited for that home tour now! so so so good.

Julie
7 months ago

Such a fun post! I can feel your excitement and ethusiasm through the screen. Thanks for the beautiful inspo pics and breaking it down for us!

Paula
7 months ago

Wow! A post with COLOR!!! I’m here for it.
I don’t have a Murano chandelier. I do have a Moroccan one with the beaded fringe, so I do love a statement chandelier.

7 months ago

Thank you so much for sharing all this wonderful info. You always have good humor in your posts. So much fun and easy to read!

Susan
7 months ago

@Caitlin, you need to see this!!! Let me know if you want me to go snag it for you! https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/374562104391380/?ref=facebook_story_share

Jessica
7 months ago

Yes, totally agree! Do you follow nancy @casacavaliere ? Im not a murano lover but she has been talking about these for years and has all of the ones shown. This one is my favorite https://www.instagram.com/p/B9QNz07pyPC/

Jessica
7 months ago

Im on board! Do you follow nancy @casacavaliere ? She has been talking about these for years. I never really liked them but she really changed my mind. She has many of the same one in the pictures too https://www.instagram.com/p/B9QNz07pyPC/

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