Modern Forms Introduces Catalyst LED Interior Chandeliers

Make a bold, breathtaking design statement with extraordinary works of art created in free form, with the New Catalyst collection of LED chandeliers from Modern Forms, a WAC Lighting Company.
 
Catalyst is designed with adjustable arms and exclusive mouth blown free formed art glass diffusers to customize the look.
 
(Modern Forms/ LEDinside)
 
Mount individually or group together to create larger chandeliers for ballrooms, lobbies and large living areas.
 
The luxurious modern adjustable luminaire in polished nickel is offered in three sizes—with 8, 9 or 10 lights.
 
The luminaires are offered in a 3000K with a CRI of 90 and deliver lumens up to 1,000-plus. Full range dimming is available.
 
The luminaires operate on a universal driver for 120V-220V-277V systems.
 
For more information, visit: www.modernforms.com
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