1,578 Eclectic Chandeliers
The most regal of all light fixtures, chandeliers are often reserved for formal dining rooms, grand entrances and the occasional living room. However, modern designers are always on the lookout for a dramatic focal point, which means they are now being used in kitchens, bedrooms and even bathrooms. If you're considering a chandelier, take the time to think about your space and what eclectic style fixture will look best. More
A four light chandelier that features swags of turquoise crackle resin beads that drape over an iron framework, secured with a nickel finish iron wire wrapped top ring and delicate chain. Takes 4 - 25 w bulbs. Chain: 36" Cord: 120"
Mosaic lamps are made of original colour of glasses. When the lamp is lit, the glasses cause colorful shades, which can suddenly change the ambiance of a room by its inspiring view. Noe of the glasses are painted nor applied a transaction. Each parts of the lamp are handmade.
Hand blown and sculpted glass forms inspired by natural forms on a welded stainless steel frame. 27"diameter
Unique, inspiration chandeliers by Mdina Glass are available in various models and sizes and in colour combinations requested. Each chandelier is made to order.
The elegant silhouette of this chandelier takes its brilliance from the skillful application of the crystal. The eternal circles are individually wrapped in brass and placed with astonishing attention to detail. The end result is an extraordinary source of light.
This lantern starts with a traditional design, then adds a few extra eclectic details and a choice of fun colors to add even more personality. I imagine this lighting up a fun dining room or in an entry hall.
Crafted from naturally shed deer antlers collected in North America, this magnificent chandelier makes a dramatic focal point in your dining room.
Twelve candle-like lights work together with iron branches to create a truly stunning chandelier. You'll admire the beauty of nature inside your home all year-round with this forest-inspired piece. Just imagine these branches elegantly illuminating your dining room or entryway.
This otherworldly form looks completely different from all directions. Oh, by the way, it's a fabric hanging light from Aqua Creations, and the first time I saw it was on Houzz in a gorgeous kitchen. I wish I could show it to you from all angles here, but I only have room for one picture!
Shown in picture: A Transitional look - combining the best of Traditional and Contemporary styles - with a cleaner - less ornamented design. The Polished Nickel finish works well with the hardback white fabric shades. This versatile family includes a rod hung three light trestle and an assortment...
Shown in picture: Midnight Chrome chandelier with adjustable stems.; Future meets present with this contemporary collection from Crystorama. The hard edge - starburst shape is softened by our new Midnight Chrome finish. The Galaxy Collection is perfect conversation starter over the dining room...
I wouldn't normally connect "cabin" with "chandelier." But in this case, a chandelier made with vintage canning jars, I think this handmade light fixture is a perfect fit for that cabin style.
Chandelier with clear crystal accents and wrought iron handpainted in Champagne Green Tea finish. Takes 6 - 60 w/c bulbs. Chain: 72" Wire: 120"
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As a DIYer, I'm having a hard time not going crazy thinking that I could make this myself, especially after seeing the price tag. Nonetheless, it is an amazing piece. If your princess serves tea to teddy, and you can afford it, this would be pretty darn amazing to have.
Tea Time Chandelier
I’m pretty sure my daughter would say that we need one of these for every room, including the bathroom. Yep. She just walked in, saw this on the computer, exalted its beauty and said she wants it.
Modern and Moroccan is how I would describe this light fixture. All you need is some sand and Lawrence of Arabia.
Whenever a fixture like this shows up in a photo, Houzz readers are clamoring to know where it came from, and I usually assume it's the old "Oh, I picked it up at a French flea market" story. NO MORE! This gorgeous chandelier, probably made most famous by Sarah Jessica Parker's Hamptons dining...
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