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Create a Well-Designed Space With Industrial Chandeliers

Contemporary chandeliers have come a long way from the massive, ornate fixtures of yesteryear. A twist on the contemporary, industrial chandeliers offer a unique aesthetic that is suited to a variety of spaces in both residential and commercial settings. Charactertized by open-bulb fixtures, rich metalwork, cage frames, and the use of common industrial-setting materials, industrial offers a rich stylistic choice. For ultramodern or minimalist spaces, modern industrial chandeliers illuminate spaces with striking shade designs made of durable materials and eco-conscious LED lamping.

Industrial Design for Modern Living

Industrial-style lighting is one of the most popular types of ceiling fixtures thanks to their versatility and innovative designs. This lighting style works well in a variety of décor styles from contemporary to rustic so it’s easy to find an industrial chandelier that works well in your space. Adding an industrial kitchen chandelier can be a great way to complete a modern kitchen design.

Another selling point of industrial chandeliers is the number of available size options. Finding the right industrial chandelier is easy when based on the square footage of your space. Large industrial linear suspensions, pendants, and chandeliers look great in residential spaces like dining rooms, hallways, and foyers as well as commercial spaces like lobbies, grand foyers, and ballrooms. Smaller mini chandeliers are ideal for narrow corridors, breakfast nooks, and bedrooms. For added interest, multiple small fixates can be hung together to give the illusion of a more expansive space.

One of the best features of this lighting category is the diverse range of styles available. Here are a few of the most popular industrial chandelier styles:

  • Modern Industiral: Contemporary or modern industrial chandeliers combine elements of industrial style like sturdy materials like steel with modern details like mesh shades and blown glass diffusers for a clean look.

  • Rustic Industrial: Also referred to as farmhouse chandeliers, industrial look amazing in traditional, mid-century modern, or mixed style interiors thanks to their simplistic silhouettes that often feature exposed Edison bulbs, recycled steel bases with a deep patina, and dimmer compatible incandescent lamping.

  • Pure Industrial: Black work well in a variety of spaces including home offices, workstations, dining areas, entryways and feature openwork iron designs that expose the interior bulbs for a minimalist feel.

In addition, industrial style chandeliers pair well with industrial wall sconces, table lamps, and floor lamps for a cohesive look. For added interest, try mixing an industrial modern chandelier with traditional or mid-century modern fixtures and décor with similar shapes and colors for an eclectic yet coordinated look.

Choosing an Industrial Chandelier

The most popular industrial chandeliers share several commonalities that make them attractive for a variety of applications. Traditional spaces benefit from industrial chandeliers with familiar profiles and those that incorporate traditional elements like curved bases surrounded by mesh metal drum shades that expose multiple interior bulbs. For ultramodern spaces, opt for three-tier industrial chandeliers with intricate metalwork cage-like shades that encircle multiple candelabra style bulbs.

In addition to style and popularity, there are a few more things to consider when picking out industrial chandelier lighting. Ceiling height and slope of the intended spaces is very important when deciding which industrial light fixture is best. For high or vaulted ceilings, look for industrial style chandeliers specifically designed for these spaces. Many top chandelier models include all necessary mounting hardware and adjustable downrods for ease of installation and maintenance. For hardwired installations, consulting a qualified electrician is recommended.