When it comes to chandeliers the times have definitely changed. Gone are the days when chandeliers were only found in the formal dining rooms, entrance halls and foyers of large up-scale homes. Now, they are adding a touch of fabulousness to homes in any price range and with the exception of the utility room and garage, can be found hanging in nearly any room. There are also styles, sizes and prices to suit everyone from simple to Über glamorous and budget friendly to splurge-worthy.
The master bedroom is being turned into a more luxurious personal space and chandeliers can turn a plain bedroom into a glamorous boudior. The Diyas Amora IL30335 5 light Chandelier has a polished chrome frame wrapped in striking clear crystal sheet and a solid crystal column. Draping from it are beautiful Asfour crystal spheres. Hang it in your bedroom and feel like a Hollywood movie star!
Bathrooms are becoming more elaborate and there is no reason why you can’t have an intricate chandelier in there too. You may think that you need a specialist light fitting for the bathroom but so long as you are outside the rated zones(see our bathroom lighting guide) and adhere to building regulations you can pick the chandelier of your dreams. The Searchlight 8695-5GY Marie Therese 5 light Chandelier has smoked grey glass encasing the frame with matching droplets and could transform your bathroom into the most desirable room in the house.
A Chandelier or two in the kitchen can make a very unique and stylish addition. Don’t be afraid to mix up the styles, like hanging a traditional looking chandelier in a fairly modern kitchen. This is how the interior designers do it and its a sure fire way to make your kitchen look spectacular. The Franklite FL2106/8 Knightsbridge 8 light Brass Chandelier will look very impressive and important in an otherwise minimalist and modern kitchen.