This bold trend isn’t entirely new but it is definitely having a moment. Make any room of your home splendid by putting Chandeliers in Unexpected Places.
Historically, chandeliers were only found in very large homes, and even then they were usually confined to mostly entryways or above a dining table. Now, the size and style of chandeliers vary so there’s no need to confine them. One of the quickest ways to make a statement in a space is with a beautiful lighting piece. Kiva Lighting has these recommendations for putting Chandeliers in Unexpected Places.
Over the bathtub or right in the middle of the room, the right chandelier will add instant appeal to your bathroom. Make sure to measure the space carefully so you get the right size. This Hubbardton Forge Chandelier comes in 3 different sizes, depending on how much space you have. It’s simple, yet chic design can mix nicely with many decorative styles. Of course changing the bulbs and putting it on a dimmer will complete the look.
Your closet doesn’t have to be big to put a chandelier in. The Kalco Brierfield 3-Light Chandelier has a semi-flush mount which makes it perfect for a smaller space. The shades direct the light downward but since they are clear, your closet will be full of warm light.
A charming chandelier over your island can take your kitchen from ordinary to extraordinary. The Cal Lighting Mission Chandeliers come in round, square, or rectangle. One to fit every kitchen design! The wood finish is rustic but the metal frame keeps it modern. Again, playing with bulbs and a dimmer can make the scene perfect.
Whether it’s in the master or guest bedroom, you can add some serious wow with a chandelier. The Transit 12 Light Chandelier is a truly unique stunner. The multiple angles of the metal frame make this piece visually interesting. And the vintage filament bulbs keep the light level warm.
Add some elegance and charm to your home with Chandeliers in Unexpected Places.