Amber Colored Glass Brings Warmth to Luxurious Union Square Residence

17 East 12th in one of the most sought-after areas of New York City was once an underutilized commercial property — that is, until Rigby Asset Management transformed it into a high-end residential building. Rigby enlisted Nicole Fuller Interiors to create a bold and luxurious environment that complemented the grand vision of project architect, Bromley Caldari. Fuller incorporated design resources to stage the space with museum-quality artworks, precious antiques, statement light fixtures, and contemporary furnishings, rugs, and window treatments. 

Amber Colored Glass in Custom Kitchen

In the kitchen, a cluster of six Amber Solitaire pendants act as the perfect centerpiece in this space, with the brightness of our luxurious, honey-colored glass standing out against an all-white backdrop. The pendants hang from a custom Circular Modern Chandelier with an Architectural Bronze metal finish. This golden tint complements the Amber colored glass pendants as well as the rich oak flooring.

Niche Solitaire Pendant Light in Amber

Niche Multi-Pendant Modern Chandeliers display customized groupings of your favorite shapes and colors. Whether you choose to hang our handmade glass pendants from a Circular, Pack or Linear Modern Chandelier, you will surely create a stunning design. Colors and drop lengths are up to you, which means each fixture is completely unique. Plus, our Multi-Pendant Canopies only require a single electrical junction box, making installation easy.

Nicole Fuller Interiors Dining Room


Project Name 17 East 12th

Location Union Square, New York City

Interior Designer Nicole Fuller Interiors

Architect Bromley Caldari

Building Developer Rigby Asset Management

Photography Nicole Fuller Interiors

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