Affordable luxury with modern chandeliers

When someone says chandelier, the mind wanders to the dining rooms of the Titanic and the people dressed in fine clothes. The word chandelier is derived from the French word “chandelle”, which means candle. These luminaires contain several lights and fall from the ceiling. It evolved from candelabras or multi-armed candlesticks. Later developments in glassware gave rise to the chandeliers we know at the time.

Whether it’s paintings or sheets, our spaces define us. Light is something that becomes imperative for a number of reasons. They affect the tone, color and overall mood of the room. You can decorate your spaces simply by adding a new light. Chandeliers alone can breathe new life into the room, making it look more luxurious. In addition, the lights guide our attention for a feeling of relaxation at home.

Fortunately, modern chandeliers aren’t just for the wealthy. They come in a minimalist design that uses LEDs and combines the elements of classic and contemporary designs. Some are also equipped with refractive crystal prisms or small mirrors. Here are some practical options you consider when choosing a chandelier that defines your style:

DIY with jute chandelier:

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As you know, jute can be molded into a number of patterns and sizes. The best part is that you can even make your own chandelier using string, an embroidery bow, and colorful fairy lights. Jute chandeliers can give a natural, original and fresh touch to your garden, balconies and porches.

The versatile metal chandeliers:

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A metal chandelier can instantly upgrade your dining room, entryway or kitchen. There are endless designs available in metal chandeliers for an antique or modern look. Depending on the style, attachments are set for glass that catches the light. A bronze or brass metal chandelier with gold candelabra bulbs can provide the look of an older world, while a ring chandelier with LEDs.

Be royal with crystal chandeliers:

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Crystal chandeliers are known for their quintessential royal look. A crystal chandelier delicately refracts the lights to fill the room with an array of beautiful hues. However, you don’t necessarily have to be royal to own a crystal chandelier. You will find small delicate crystal patterns for your living room and dining room.

Wooden chandeliers:

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The wood gives an earthy, elegant finish that instantly makes it an attractive choice. Wooden chandeliers are modern, light and easily transportable. You can choose a graceful hanging chandelier or an antique wooden candelabra.

So what are you waiting for? Treat your home to a brand new luster.

William M. Lee