Let your lighting do double duty! Use this pendant to brighten your space and add some pattern at the same time.
I love the long, elegant lines of this black chandelier. It has a casual feel to it, but is classy enough for a formal room as well.
Why not hang a trio of burlap shades to act as one textural chandy? This would be a great idea for a dark corner in any room.
Mix and match metals with this barn light chandelier. It's rustic, modern and handsome.
It's not authentic, but it plays the part well. I'd love to cozy up with a book and Moroccan-inspired pillow under this glass shade. It'd work well in the corner of a room dedicated to reading.
With its scroll-like cut pattern, this pendant would cast swirls of shadows around a small dining area or feminine bedroom. I'd pair it with warm wood tones for a natural contrast.
Add some geometry to a rectangular foyer or entryway with this square metal chandelier. I'd keep the walls and ceiling light in color and let the dark metal frame of the light be the center of attention.
This sleek guy would look handsome in a contemporary setting. I'm head over heels for the short, squatty shade with metal rim!
Simple, easy swag — that's what this Spanish style pendant is all about. It plugs into an electrical outlet and hangs from the ceiling. I think this would be a great option for a temporary living space. Just don't forget to take it with you when you move!
This clean-lined bronze chandelier would look stunning strung above a petite dining or breakfast nook for a modern aesthetic.
I would use this in the foyer of a home with a traditional cottage aesthetic. I love the texture of the fabric canopies!
A new light that looks old is instant character! I'd use a duo or trio above a kitchen peninsula or island to define the area and add somewhat of an architectural element.