Did you know that chandelier backwards is Reilednahc? Neither did we. But now you do! Fun fact of the day.
We’ve been seeing how much you love our last blog post “Seven Melbourne venues that look incredible with chandeliers”. It’s probably because you know you want a chandelier at your next event. The real question then is where can you hang it? Today we’re going to do it all again. Read on Melbourne for five MORE venues that look incredible with chandeliers.
Not to be mistaken for Glasshouse from our last blog, this little gem 'Glasshaus' can be found hidden away amongst the alleyways of Cremorne. A nursery and florist by trade, see the manicured garden transformed for events. A chandelier suspended amongst hanging vines, perfect florals and luscious ferns? Yes please!
Inspired by London’s Tate Modern Museum, Peninsula features 9 metre high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows and a sophisticated neutral colour palette ready to be stamped with your own personal style. Located on Central Pier in Melbourne’s Docklands this beauty can seat up to 1480 guests. Framed by a 66-metre long chandelier – the longest in the Southern Hemisphere – this monster of a space is made ever the more glamorous with the addition of a handful of our boutique crystal creations. Imagine a ceiling full of them!
Situated in Kensington (funnily enough) in the iconic old Young Husband Woolstore, Kensington Collective is unique, charming and exudes character. At 3000 square metres, and with huge beams stretching across the vast ceiling, wide wooden floors and plenty of natural light, this is a space that is as dramatic as it is breathtaking. Add one of our feature chandeliers, and you my friend, will have a showstopper.
An iconic heritage listed building, Meat Market in North Melbourne has been lovingly restored as an events space. As one of Melbourne’s largest venues for hire, Meat Market is as versatile as it is unique. Featuring original cobblestone floors, period fretwork and stone archways, Meat Market effortlessly straddles both historic and contemporary elements. Our favourite space is most certainly the Main Pavilion, with a captivating barrel-vaulted ceiling just calling out for a chandelier (or 5).
Two Ton Max
Two Ton Max is a beautifully detailed, industrial warehouse located in North Melbourne. Hidden behind an anonymous street front, this blank canvas can be anything you imagined it to be. Create a unique experience, with limitless options for decorating and furnishing the space. The venue’s stunning burnished concrete floors, neutral white walls and discrete lighting are easily enhanced with the addition of a picture-perfect feature chandelier.
Which is your favourite event venue in Melbourne?