Another chandelier option offers a more structured aged bronze base for a circular arrangements of exposed filament bulbs. Here they cast their orange glow over a dining area.
I have seen this style offered in various diameters to accompany any size of dining table.
This kind of lighting looks best in a kitchen or dining area. Or both. Here, the homeowner has Edison bulbs housed in glass conical mini pendants over the kitchen island and in a more formal pendant over the dining area. You can have this look by finding clear glass pendants and putting in filament light bulbs where the standard incandescent bulbs go. Just check the wattage to be sure it's right for your fixture.
The home versions of the commercial look encapsulate the bulbs in a structured pendant to soften the industrial edges of the bare bulb.
A cheeky take on the use of the filament light; a bulb within a bigger shaped bulb.