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Julie Neill Shows Saints Love With Who Dat Chandeliers

Super Bowl XLIV may be complete, but excitement over The Saints' win isn't dimming anytime soon. That's especially true if you've got a Who Dat chandelier hanging in your home! In a fit of "Geaux Saints" spirit last week, New Orleans-based lighting designer Julie Neill cooked up these two chandeliers in honor of her beloved Saints team. Bearing the boys' signature black and gold colors, with dangling Mardi Gras beads and fleur-de-lys, she says, "They were meant to embody the spirit of New Orleans, which is beauty with a sense of fun, and some Mardi Gras thrown in, too!"Most sports-inspired décor or "memorabilia" tends to be tacky, but Neill's chandeliers are quite sophisticated, and a great compromise for a "man cave" that meets a lady's standards, too. In fact, Julie tells me that one customer ordered one for his TV room where he and his friends watch all the Saints games "religiously." Of course, it works in the Saints favor that their logo bears a symbol as pretty as the fleur-de-lys. I'd love to have the black chandelier even if I weren't a Saints fan — how glam! If you're interested in ordering one, contact Julie here. To see some other "Who Dat" inspired artwork, check out this post.

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