Bedroom Chandelier Ideas
Chandeliers aren’t just for dining rooms anymore, lately we’ve been seeing them used to add that same wow factor in bedrooms, bathrooms and even closets. And when it comes putting a chandelier in your bedroom, we’ve got your guide right here.
Your bedroom chandelier needs are going to be different than your dining room chandelier needs. And, especially if you're going for a serene bedroom, you'll want something lighter and more natural-looking to hang above your bed.
A minimalist palette of black and white is never the wrong way to go, but adding a pop of color and a metallic finish are touches that take your bedroom design to the next level.
Shown: Ball Multi Chandelier by Frandsen Lighting
The retro look of sputnik lights has made a major comeback over the past few years and now designers have begun giving them new twists. This one here doubles down on the spiky look with an uni-like silhouette.
You've expertly designed your bedroom down to the last square inch...but you're not done just yet. Until you've found the chandelier to really tie the room together. Consider it the exclamation point to your bedroom design statement.
Consider a circular lighting fixture that eschews hard edges and sharp corners. The softer look will match your high-thread-count sheets.
You might think of monochromatic bedroom schemes as boring, but perhaps you're just thinking of a boring color. Choosing a metallic like gold allows you to layer different textures within your monochromatic color scheme.
In warmer weather climates, a ceiling fan almost seems necessary during hot summer nights. And it you still want to hang a light above your bed, finding a modern fan with integrated lighting is the best of both worlds. Plus, you can call it a "fandelier."
If you have low ceilings but have your heart set on a bedroom chandelier, there are flush and semi-flush mount options that give that same wow factor without losing precious headroom.
A simple round pendant gets new life when a floral-like pattern is incorporated. Leave it to the Danes to take something ordinary and add just enough design to make it extraordinary.
Chandeliers were meant to shine–and not just in dining rooms. Considering the fact that you spend more time in your bedroom than your dining room, you’re actually giving your chandelier more shine by hanging it somewhere you’ll see it more often. Shop our wide selection of modern chandeliers and bedroom lighting.
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