Jazzmine Mathieu. Chandelier. January 14th , 2018.
Lighting in your dining room area is important for how you and your guests enjoy your meal. In modern homes an informal and formal dining area are more common place, while more traditional homes may only have one dining area. Regardless of the form of dining area you have, the chandelier that adorns the space should feel welcoming and native to the dining room. When choosing one, consider the size of your room, the décor and whether it’s for casual or formal dining. Read on to see tips for choosing a chandelier for your dining area.
The Ceiling Lights Wood from Threshold, available through Target, manages to be both contemporary and traditional. Priced at $147.28, this chandelier is an easy and affordable way to bring a modern and rustic feel to any room. Find this look in several of today’s top design magazines; a sign your choice is on trend and on point.
Be original: Remember when chandeliers used to be comprised of 1000 pieces of lead crystal and they usually cost enough to furnish your entire house? Today chandeliers have come a long way. They no longer have to made of crystal and beads. Nontraditional chandeliers can range from vintage glass bottles to sea shells! If you love crafts you can make your own from a light kit and your imagination. Your local arts and crafts or larger lighting stores will carry do-it-yourself light kits and have ideas for decorating it.
Focal point of the dining room: Chandeliers that are the main attraction of the dining room will never go out of style. Often times an antique fixture in a modern dining room, or a red chandelier in a predominantly white room will give you added visual appeal. Chandeliers can be the centerpiece of discussion at the table or they can be subdued and blend in beautifully with the surroundings.