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‘Tis the season of friends, family and entertaining! If you’re planning on bringing guests into your home – whether for an entire week of family fun or a one-night celebration – now’s the time to get your home in the holiday spirit. Stylish, decorative chandeliers offer a beautiful way to glam up your favorite spaces, welcome visitors and truly celebrate the season.
From contemporary-casual to elegantly luxurious, chandeliers are home additions that can completely transform a space. Traditionally found in the dining room, chandeliers are now popular pieces for kitchens, bar areas, bedrooms and bathrooms.
Add shades – small change with big impact.
Take your chandelier from casual to elegant by simply crowning the fixture with a few small shades or one large shade, as seen with our Nissé chandelier.
Jazz up your formal dining setting with a traditional fixture with a contemporary twist.
Today’s most popular chandelier designs merge classic design with contemporary elements. The Noir collection offers the best of both worlds. Play into the popular trend to install fixtures adorned with glitz, glimmer and glean.
Add a touch of luxury to your bathroom design.
Don’t shy away from fixtures that make a statement in your home’s bathrooms. Mini chandeliers are a great solution for bathroom settings, offering just the right amount of sparkle to create a spa-like atmosphere.
Keep it contemporary in the guest bedroom.
Wow your overnight guests by adding a statement chandelier in your guest bedroom. Our Equinox chandelier combines its characteristic oval shape and exposed bulbs for an on-trend look.
Create a contrasting look in the kitchen.
Contrast more casual looks (such as our industrial-inspired Fresnel pendants) with an elegant chandelier (like Nissé). We love the way this Toll Brothers home contrasts masculine and feminine fixtures for a beautiful, complementary design.
How do you plan to get your home guest-ready for the holidays?