Light up your living space in style with Hudson Valley Lighting Groups collection of luxury statement chandeliers. Explore a range of striking styles that create a magnificent centre piece to any room, from classic crystal chandeliers to contemporary industrial designs each fixture is guaranteed to give a lasting impression.











Whether your home is traditional or modern, Hudson Valley Lighting Group has a unique range of contemporary chandeliers to complement your space and create somewhere special.



Ace’s dynamic elements are accented by diagonal and off-centre lines. Glossy orb diffusers evenly distribute the light. One of the stylish details that make it such a standout piece are the small woven cords running from the arms to the back of the diffusers, where a curved piece of brushed brass or polished nickel matches the sphere and rod at Ace’s core.


Asime mixes metal with marble for a look that is as simple as it is chic. Polished metal arms and accents pair with marble bulb bases holding incandescent globe bulbs. This fixture gives off a clear, bright glow that is sure to add shine and style to any space.



Add a talking point to your living space with the geometric Cubist chandelier, finished in a charming bronze gold leaf and stainless steel. A gorgeous cubic pendant is suspended inside two unusual geometric shapes featuring fun triangle shapes and sleek, clean lines. The shapes’ contrasting warm-toned finishes ensure the pure white light from the pendant lights up the room.


A striking piece with impact, Enigma interlocks rectangles of iron to frame attractive exposed-filament canisters of light, moving along horizontal and vertical planes. A matching canopy with hang-straight stems fits the hanging fixture beautifully to sloped ceilings.



When designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard moved into a 20’s villa in the Hollywood Hills lived in by Dennis Hopper in the 60’s inspiration took hold. Named after the actor, artist and art collector, this piece has a beautiful synergy between the two sides of its brass leaves. The side supporting the white glass diffusers like peas in a pod has a handsome, dark vintage brass finish. While the reverse has been soaked until a beautiful, smooth natural black. Striking and minimal with evocations of both mid-century modernism and nature, Hopper is powerful and unique, like its namesake.


Liberty starts with a core of matte-black metal, banded round its middle with a flashing contrast from the piece’s finish of choice—brass or nickel. Retro coil bulbs in ballooning clear glass create the primary light source; in larger models, tubular exposed-filament bulbs alternate. Cut-crystal discs and icy handcrafted glass adorn protruding rods, refracting the dazzling light in a thousand directions.


Seemingly telescoping arms support cylinders of glass, working in unison for a sense of sublime movement and purpose. A marriage of geometric forms and details evocative of a well-oiled machine, Raef will elevate your space to new heights.


Inspired by the sculptural light fixtures made popular in Italy during the ’50s by the likes of Gio Ponti, these fixtures have a twist of their own with the unexpected use of acacia wood shades. The depth and texture allows these fixtures to become a design classic in their own right. The white-and-metal version with polished brass accents is a bold monochromatic statement that proves the eternal decorative power of black-and-white on the home.