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Learn More About Chandeliers

Create a Well-Designed Space with a Modern White Globe Chandelier

Inspired by the iconic designs of the 1950s and 1960s, globe-style chandeliers and pendants pay homage to mid-century modern style. Also known as orb chandeliers, globe chandeliers are revered for their bold yet sophisticated aesthetic that works well in so many spaces and decor types, from traditional to contemporary. Despite their retro appeal, many of today's best-selling globe style chandeliers feature energy-efficient LED lamping, integrated electronic low voltage or TRIAC dimming, and a host of other aesthetic and functional features.

Best-Selling White Globe Chandeliers

Although white globe chandeliers have a decidedly retro appeal, these fixtures are a welcome addition to practically any space. In traditional interiors, are a good replacement for candelabra-style or ornate fixtures. While there are many globe style chandeliers to choose from, for traditional interiors the best options include or that embody a combination of classic and contemporary style. Popular gold chandelier finish options include gilded brass, antique brass, and gold leaf. often feature multiple opaque or transparent hand blown glass shades with exposed led or halogen bulbs.

Globe pendants are also right at home in mid-century modern interiors, as this is when this style of the fixture was at the height of its popularity. Choose from contemporary Sputnik-style chandeliers with a spherical silhouette and various globes that splay outward. For a truly exciting look, consider installing smaller globe chandeliers in groups and suspend them at varying heights for a stunning lighting display.

If the variety of orb chandeliers do not exactly fit the aesthetic of your space, consider adding circular elements that only slightly mimic the orb lights. Popular circular chandeliers and linear suspensions are available in a myriad of neutrals that are perfectly suited to ultramodern spaces. are also a popular alternative that offers many of the same features and finishes as larger chandeliers. Common finishes in this category include vintage platinum, gloss white, and soft gold, allowing these fixtures to easily blend in with existing furniture and decor.

Other Things to Know About Globe Style Chandeliers

Globe style chandeliers are one of the easiest ways to infuse classic style into modern spaces dial is not the only thing to think about when shopping for a new globe style chandelier. To create a cohesive look in any space, it is suggested to choose a globe chandelier from a larger collection of fixtures that includes complimentary coordinating wall sconces, flush mounts, and portables like table and floor lamps.

When it comes to installation, all ceiling fixtures such as pendants, linear suspensions, and chandeliers must adhere to hanging height guidelines for safety. For open areas, hanging fixtures should be between 60 and 70 inches from the floor and, if installing in an area where there is a table, buffet or countertop, the fixture should be suspended between 28 and 36 inches above these surfaces. Additionally, if you are installing multiple fixtures in a space, make sure the fixtures are spaced between 24 and 30 inches apart.