While chandeliers almost always look great in the dining room master bedroom or hallway there’s one other room you should consider hanging one. Yes the bathroom! A chandelier can make your bathroom feel like a luxurious spa-like getaway without having to do any major renovations first. Check with your designer or electrician first to see if one would be safe to hang in your bathroom and then have a look at these – all from HGTV.
The hanging/floating staircase look certainly can be pleasing to the eye and there’s at least one more way you can use those lighting strips to enhance it. This wood staircase featured on Klikk lines all the sides of the staircase that face the wall to really highlight the fact that they’re not secured to the wall — making them look like they’re floating in mid-air.
If you really want to highlight the bathtub whether it’s a free-standing a drop-in or an alcove — hanging a chandelier directly above it is a wonderful way to get the job done. Not only does a chandelier provide great lighting for when you’re soaking up some suds it also adds an incredible touch of elegance from above that draws the eye up. (Just remember – safety first!)
At its best wooden design is pared back and understated tactile and pure having little fuss or embellishment. Wood provides a level of balance that is lacking in much of today’s consume and throwaway society. With wood we find urbanity and homeliness vitality and quietude longevity and sustainability.
Another masterpiece reminds us of the Caboche Chandelier when it comes to its silhouette and the overall visual impact that it makes. Available in three different sizes its cylindrical form makes it a favorite among designers as it adds geometric contrast to rigid modern interiors. While it might be a staple in dining rooms across the world in years to come it also seems a great choice for the glamorous bedside pendant
The bubble chandelier is fun but it’s not everyone’s cup of tea. An alternative to this style could be these “staccato” branch-like fixtures that have blown glass pieces extending outward from all different directions. ProvidenceArtGlass sells them on Etsy and The Cool Hunter shows a beautiful Trocadero apartment featuring one in the dining room.