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Modern Chandeliers

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Leonard Chandelier by Menu
Menu Leonard Chandelier from $349.95

PH Artichoke Pendant by Louis Poulsen
Louis Poulsen PH Artichoke Pendant from $9,998.00

Cielo Five Light Chandelier by Pablo
Pablo Cielo Five Light Chandelier from $1,375.00

Caboche Chandelier by Foscarini
Foscarini Caboche Chandelier from $938.00

Fairy S C - R Suspension Light by Leucos
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Fluo Large Pendant Light by Arturo Alvarez
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Bel Occhio Chandelier by Pablo
Pablo Bel Occhio Chandelier from $1,475.00
Circa Chandelier by Pablo
Pablo Circa Chandelier from $1,200.00
Ziggy 3-Arm Chandelier by Lights Up
Lights Up Ziggy 3-Arm Chandelier $478.00

Coppelia Chandelier by Moooi
Moooi Coppelia Chandelier from $2,565.00

Scatter/Gather Pendant by Hinterland
Hinterland Scatter/Gather Pendant from $1,000.00

Fascination Four Light Chandelier by Varaluz
Varaluz Fascination Four Light Chandelier $1,349.00

Fascination Oval Pendant by Varaluz
Varaluz Fascination Oval Pendant $819.00
Aizen Chandelier by Varaluz
Varaluz Aizen Chandelier $1,169.00

Soho Chandelier by Varaluz
Varaluz Soho Chandelier from $839.00
Sospesa Suspension - D42A01(15) by Fabbian
Fabbian Sospesa Suspension - D42A01(15) from $1,954.00

Cielo Seven Light Chandelier by Pablo
Pablo Cielo Seven Light Chandelier from $1,865.00
Cielo 13 Light Chandelier by Pablo
Pablo Cielo 13 Light Chandelier from $3,505.00

If the word chandelier once conjured up images of grand ballrooms and opulent shimmering crystal, modern chandeliers have dispelled those notions beautifully. Anything but traditional, our collection of chandeliers includes designs made from wood, plastic, and even paper—in addition to various types of glass. Substantially sized and meant to be attention getters, chandeliers are the very definition of statement lighting—and, because of their larger size, present design challenges of their own.

Whether perfectly suited or ill-chosen, a modern chandelier, which is typically larger than most modern lighting designs, naturally has a more significant impact on a room than other types of smaller scale modern lighting—so choosing the right modern chandelier for a room or space demands particularly thoughtful consideration. Before you go shopping for contemporary chandeliers, review the following questions and information to arrive at the best chandelier lighting solution for your home.

What size modern chandelier should I get?

Chandeliers, of course, vary in size from moderately large to enormous, but the modern chandeliers that are perfect for your home will have everything to do with the size of the space in which they hang—and with the other design features and furnishings of that space. Scale and proportion matter as much as the design of at the chandeliers itself, and ultimately you’ll be seeking a harmonious interior composition in which all the separate components create a visually striking and supremely functional space. Beyond the obvious—chandeliers that are so big that they overwhelm a room, or ones too small to create the desired impact in large spaces—it’s only when considered in context, that the size of your modern chandelier will produce the kind of lighting statement that you’re after.

Aren’t modern chandeliers designed only for formal settings?

Traditional chandeliers were associated with formal dining rooms, massive entryways and opulent ballrooms, but the beauty of contemporary chandeliers is that technology and imagination have converged to create a range of modern chandeliers that, far from being suited to specific spaces only, look fantastic in almost any room—including kitchen, bedroom, and even bathroom. So, rather than thinking of chandeliers in traditional terms, think of them as modern lighting suited to any room in a home—just on a larger scale.

Which room benefits best from modern chandeliers?

As previously mentioned, almost any room may benefit from a chandelier, but it makes perfect sense to want a striking modern lighting statement in the room with most visibility—living room, dining room, kitchen, entryway. Depending on the modern chandelier design that appeals to you—shape, size, materials, quality of light—a modern dining room featuring a beautiful chandelier above the dining table is an almost can’t miss design statement, and a living room with chandelier suspended from high ceiling is never a bad idea.

With modern chandeliers, size isn’t everything.

It’s useful to note that as far as quality of light is concerned, bigger is not necessarily better. A larger sized contemporary chandelier may not always provide more illumination, or the right quality of light you may desire. Think carefully about the kind of light you envision for your home first, and then settle on a modern chandelier design that provides exactly the kind of lighting you’re after.