1,526 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
One of our most popular collections, Elegante combines lighting with decorating. Delicate leaves and crystals top the wrap-around vines. Offered in Etruscan Gold or Oil Rubbed Bronze.
This striking light fixture gets its shape from the Art Deco era, and you get to pick from a group of gorgeous prints for the silk shades that it's made of.
It's eclectic and very different. This chandelier is definitely a statement piece, wherever it may go.
I think antler chandeliers, whether they come from whitetail deer, mule deer or moose, are absolutely stunning. The natural colors and patterns that streak the surfaces are amazing, and I love the organic shapes. Knowing that no two chandeliers are alike makes them even more appealing to me. What's...
These modern lighting sculptures were designed by a young Thai artist who trained fishermen to use traditional bamboo weaving techniques in non-traditional ways. The geometric joints of these intricately woven pendants are hand-tied, making each lamp unique. Available in whitewash (cumulus) and...
Bamboo Cloud Chandeliers
So vintage, yet modern. I love the turquoise and seriously want this so bad! This would definitely be a good focal point over any dining table.
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
This Restoration Hardware Orb chandelier adds a new twist to a traditional style. For anyone who likes a rustic style, this might be just what you’re looking for.
I've long been in love with this chandelier for use in a kitchen, either above an island or a dining table. For a warmer, more elegant look than some of the traditional kitchen pendant lights, and a healthy splash of color. Don't be afraid of adding a few brighter hues to elevate your kitchen...
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"
Winter light reflects cheerfully among icicles you can bring indoors in this chandelier. I also love the tangles of its bare branches.
Showcase the warmth of Edison-style filament bulbs with our streamlined, industrial-inspired chandelier. Built of steel, held by jute for organic accent, and invisibly wired from within.
Luxe chic design rains down upon this elegant chandelier, with crystal tear drops and bronze-stylized leaves. Go all out with this gorgeous piece, reflecting light and beauty with the flick of a switch.
Large shaded chandelier with glass arms and metal frame with polished chrome finish is hung with beaded swags and drops of hand-cut crystals from Europe.
These chandeliers are made from reclaimed French oak barrel staves - instant character and a story to boot!
Be warned; this beautiful Art Deco beaded chandelier is a diva. She will grab 99% of the attention given to whatever room you hang her in! The way the beads are draped give it a fashionable silhouette while seven lights cast a romantic glow. Do consider the height of this fixture relative to the...
Tilt your head back and simply say, “Wow!” This magnificent chandelier celebrates the beauty of exposed piping and graceful dangling fixtures.
The Mauritania Chandelier takes you back to the days of great liners and exotic retreats, but the playful use of wooden beads give it a modern touch. Feature this in your own retreat for classic ship-shape style.
I fell in love with a driftwood chandelier that I saw in a show house recently, and these look just as fun.
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.
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