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TRY LITE-VIEW! OUR FREE PHOTO SIMULATION SERVICE

WELCOME TO LITEVIEW!

LiteView is a tool designed to help you visualise any chandelier in your interior. With a little help from you – it will cost you literally a few clicks - we will prepare a simulation of any three chandeliers of your choice in YOUR INTERIOR, thus helping you make the right decision. LiteView is easy and fun to use and you are welcome to email the results to your friends so they can share your fun and assist you with your decision if you wish. 
We are very proud to introduce this free service to all our customers.


HOW LITEVIEW CAN HELP WITH DECISIONS

Look at the examples underneath to see how much easier the decision-making is when you have visual clues:

1. Anna wanted a black chandelier for her red bathroom

But she could not decide which style would fit this interior best.
So she selected three different black chandeliers and we made this simulation for her:




Anna purchased Mystique (last one) on the same day she received the photos!


2. Ray wanted something that would make a big statement in his living room

The chandelier was supposed to be modern and fairly long, since it was going to hang over the coffee table. Those three came into question:




Ray understood that the first two chandeliers were far too big for his room and completely overwhelmed it.
He decided on Zante (last one), albeit in amber, not white.


3. Desiree and Armin couldn’t agree on a chandelier for their bedroom

They wanted something glamorous and fairly classical but while Armin preferred a neutral colour, Desiree was contemplating a juicy splash of red.




After the simulation they agreed on Liszt (the last one), although not without further discussions and negotiations…


4. Sarah and Paul were looking for something representative for their hallway

Each of them selected a favourite of their own for a simulation


 

Andromeda (the crystal and black organza extravaganza) turned out to be the undisputable winner.
Sara and Paul bought two of them, so that they could be positioned symmetrically
on both sides of the stairs, directly opposite of the windows!