The glamour and sheer exuberance of a chandelier can transform a space. Chandeliers can brighten up any room of a home, but if you want to maximize the beauty of a home try one of these places to make the space stand out. Your next beautiful chandelier, statement piece or modern fixture can be hung in more places than just your living room or dining room.
Once you’ve found your ideal chandelier, you shouldn’t automatically think to place it over your kitchen table, but consider some unique spaces throughout your home. From the living room to the kitchen to even the bathroom, there’s a place for a chandelier in every room of your home. Here are some of our favorite spots for you to get inspired and give your space a fantastic update.
There’s no better way to greet your guests at the door with a grand statement than by a beautifully lit chandelier. Adding a chandelier by the entryway will create a glow throughout the halls and even for guests as they walk up to the door. For smaller homes, a chandelier can be just the dash of drama needed to make a makeshift foyer feel like a grand entrance.
2. Living Room
Subtle ceiling mounts are perfectly fine for a living space, but there’s no denying the decorative presence of a chandelier. It doesn’t have to be all glitz and glamour; there is a certain elegance projected for creating an eclectic living space.
Installing a chandelier above your kitchen island is definitely going to be a statement piece to your modern kitchen. If you have the space, hang a pair of matching chandeliers for double the impact. The open cage Franklin island chandelier creates an open concept and will definitely draw family and friends into the room.
4. Dining Room
If there’s one room where a chandelier is most expected, it’s the dining room. Simple yet stylish, a chandelier in the dining room will be a statement piece making the space stand out from all the others. Something about a striking piece like the Avla 12-Light Island Bronze Rounded Chandelier makes even casual family meals feel special.
Nothing says “master suite” like a truly fabulous light fixture. The Avla 12-Light Square Chandelier is a striking example of a fixture that adds panache, while helping to make the room feel more intimate. Adding in a piece like this can make a room feel luxurious yet still simplistic, and create a space of elegance and romance.
Everyone’s bathroom should be an escape haven from a stressed filled day. The Lucas chandelier is the perfect chandelier to increase the luxury factor of your bathroom. Finished in brass, this fixture works to elevate even the most uninspiring of bathrooms in sheer class.
7. Home office
Being productive may be a little easier with the ambiance of a well-lit chandelier. Your home office is a place where you work as well as create, and should really reflect your personal style.Try adding a chandelier like the Franklin Light Cage Chandelier to your work space to create an atmosphere of productivity.
Chandeliers always capture the eye, and balances the scale and proportion of a room. Adding chandeliers in a home takes skill and is a work of art. If you want to maximize the beauty of your interior design skills, try adding a chandelier in 1, 2 or more of these rooms to create the ultimate look of luxury for your home. We hope that our chandelier ideas have helped you find the perfect match for your space.
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. What kind of chandelier can you install in a kitchen?
You can install any style of chandelier in a kitchen safely, provided that you choose a sensible place to install it. There are a few practical implications to consider. It is always less than wise to place a light fitting directly above a hob as heat will damage your light’s internal components. You should also remember that kitchens get greasy and lights will need more regular cleaning, so choosing a simpler chandelier may be a sensible approach.
2. Can I fit a chandelier into my bathroom?
Bathroom chandeliers are growing in popularity, helping to bring a luxury feel to the smallest room of the home. However, as with all light fittings installed in bathrooms there must be a level of protection against water damage in the long run.
3. How often should I clean my chandelier?
Keeping your light fittings clean and fresh looking should be an annual job. Quite often, cleaning your light fitment is a neglected task and is especially true for chandeliers, because they look so fragile and delicate and therefore prone to damage.
Usually, it’s the lack of knowledge of cleaning chandeliers that keeps us from cleaning our prized possession. However, it is not as complicated as it looks. All you will need is to take care and use suitable cleaning materials. With a bit of attention, your light will be as bright and impressive to your guests as when it was new!