At Lighting One, we’re always interested in finding new ways to implement lighting into homes. We’re always encouraging our affiliated showrooms to help homeowners look at lighting in different ways, such as putting a fixture in a place it wouldn’t normally be found. One prime example of that is installing chandeliers in creative spaces, such as the bathroom, bedroom, or breakfast nook. In this post, we’ll look at a few examples of putting chandeliers where you least expect them, and if you’re interested in looking at new lighting options, then visit your local showroom today!
Many homeowners today have opted for a chandelier in the bathroom in order to give the space a spa-like, luxurious feel. While the master bathroom is a great choice for a hanging fixture, why not install a small chandelier in the guest bath or powder room? Sure, these bathrooms don’t get used as often as the master bath, but the right fixture can provide the perfect touch when guests use the bathroom and are greeted with a beautiful hanging fixture.
In many homes, the bedroom ceiling is occupied by a standard ceiling fan. The fan helps keep the room cool in summer and warm in winter, but it might not do too much in terms of aesthetics. A bedroom chandelier can transform the space, adding a bit of flair where there wasn’t any before. Depending on the size of the bedroom, you can find the appropriate size of chandelier, and as with the bathroom, you don’t have to stick to just the master suite. Guest rooms can look amazing with the right chandelier on the ceiling.
It’s not uncommon to find a chandelier in a living room, but homeowners often settle for something subtle or a fixture that’s too small for the space. The light might illuminate the central part of the room, but a larger, more extravagant fixture can reach more of the room, while also making a statement. People will walk into the living room and the first thing they’ll notice is the chandelier!
There are some kitchens that have chandeliers in them, but the light is often found in the middle of the room. If your kitchen has an island, then there are likely pendant lights hanging from the ceiling, leaving no room for a chandelier. In these instances, the breakfast nook can be the perfect spot for a mini chandelier. You can add a touch of class to the corner of your kitchen, and your weekend breakfasts will be that much more enjoyable.
Find Your Chandeliers Today
Having a chandelier in your dining room or entryway is nothing out of the ordinary, but adding a hanging fixture to your bathroom, bedroom, living room, or breakfast nook can be a great way to improve your lighting design and make your home more interesting. At Lighting One, we love when people discover new ideas for their home, and by visiting your local lighting showroom, you can find chandeliers for every space.