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Invite Collection 9-Light 2-Tier Chandelier, Antique Bronze
Invite Collection 9-Light 2-Tier Chandelier, Antique Bronzeby Progress Lighting(1)
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$660$735
Invite the beauty of light into your home with this Antique Bronze nine-light, two-tier chandelier. Invite provides a welcoming silhouette with a unique shade comprised of an inner glass globe encircled by a translucent sheer Mylar shade. The rich, layering effect creates a dreamy look that is both elegant and modern. Offered as a complete collection, the Invite styling can be carried throughout your home or as a focal style in a special room Finish: Antique Bronze Bulb Type: Uses Medium Base Bulb Wattage: 100 Bulb Quantity: 9 Listed: Dry location listed Mount Type: Ceiling Stem Mounted With 6 Links Of Chain Style: Traditional/Formal Features: Antique Bronze finish Unique translucent sheer mylar shades Inner glass globes provide inviting illumination Elegant and dreamy rich, layering effect Room Type: Dining Room Lighting and/or Hall & Foyer Lighting Dimensions: Width/Diameter:35-5/8" Height:26-1/2" Specifications: Mounting: Ceiling stem mounted with 6 links of chain mounted Mounting strap for outlet box included 6 links 9 gauge chain supplied One 6, four 12 lengths of stem included Canopy covers a standard 4 hexagonal recessed outlet box Electrical: Pre-wired 15 feet of wire supplied 120V Lamping: Quantity: 9 100W Medium Base Medium ceramic sockets Additional Information: UL-CUL Dry location listed 1 year warranty Companion Bath and Vanity, Chandelier, Close-to-ceiling, Hall and Foyer, Pendant, Wall bracket, fixtures are availableRead More
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It’s easier than ever to make a statement in your space by hanging a chandelier. These showstopping light fixtures were once reserved for formal dining rooms and grand entrances, but designers are now using chandeliers in every room — kitchens, bedrooms, even bathrooms! Whether you prefer a timeless crystal chandelier or trendy modern chandeliers are more your style, check out these tips below to help find your new favorite lighting fixture.

What styles do chandeliers come in?


Chandelier lights have come a long way from the traditional styles they once were. While you can still find plenty of traditional versions, if that suits your taste, there are thousands of alternative styles to choose from that will be a perfect fit for your home’s unique feel. Here are a few of the most popular styles available:



What size should my chandelier lighting be?


Determining the size of your new light fixture will depend on several key factors:

Room size: Be sure the overall size of the chandelier is not too big or small for the room it will be installed in. If you’re guessing, it’s best to choose something slightly too big rather than too small — something large will look like a statement, whereas something too small can look dinky and out of place. A general guideline to determine the ideal diameter is to add the width and length of your room together (in feet), then use that measurement in inches as the size of the light fixture. For example, a room that is 12 feet by 14 feet would need a chandelier that’s 26 inches in diameter.

Height: A higher ceiling lends itself better to a larger light fixture, but as a rule of thumb, chandelier light fixtures should hang no more than 7 feet from the floor, regardless of ceiling height. If it’s hung above a surface, like a tabletop, give the surface and chandelier at least 30 to 32 inches of separation.

Placement: Consider where you are planning to place your new chandelier. If it’s going over a piece of furniture, like a dining table or kitchen island, make sure it doesn’t overpower the furniture itself. Look for one that’s approximately three-quarters the width of the object you’re placing it over. If it’s going to be suspended freely in an entryway or living space, you have a little more freedom when it comes to scale — refer to the room size point above.

Brightness: You'll also want to consider the desired brightness you want from your fixture. Smaller ones may put off less light, which may not be a problem for certain spaces. Chandeliers for dining room use don't need to be overly bright, but need to put off enough light to eat by. Multiple light chandeliers are a good way to get plenty of brightness into a space, like a kitchen that needs ample illumination to cook by. Pay attention to whether a fixture can be used with a dimmer; dining room chandeliers specifically would benefit from this feature — romantic dinner, anyone?

Find where to buy Chandeliers and get inspired with our curated ideas for Chandeliers to find the perfect item for every room in your home. With such a wide selection of Chandeliers for sale, from brands like Innovations Lighting, Elegant Furniture & Lighting, and Livex Lighting Inc., you’re sure to find something that you’ll love. Shop from Chandeliers, like the Chandelier 8-Light or the Crystal Chandelier With Diamond Cut Crystal, while discovering new home products and designs. Whether you’re looking to buy Chandeliers online or get inspiration for your home, you’ll find just what you’re looking for on Houzz.