A beautiful, sparkly chandelier in an entryway or dining room is a common sight in many houses. However, there are other places where using a chandelier can make a great design statement. Let’s take a look at some unexpected locations for chandeliers!
It’s not where you’d typically see a chandelier, but why not? Sure, it won’t make for great task lighting if you’re standing at the mirror, but it will perform beautifully for ambiance and more general lighting when you’re enjoying that bubble bath.
Shabby chic, sophisticated, or just plain sexy, the chandelier makes a strong statement in the bedroom. It can also act as a way to raise your eyes in the bedroom to emphasize a high ceiling.
Growing up, the cottage was the place of old furnishings and castoffs … but today the cottage is an equal opportunity to make a design statement, so why not light things up with a chandelier that fits your cottage style?
Chandeliers seemed so impractical as a lighting source in the kitchen until I saw this great example on Pinterest. Over an island or bar a chandelier, or pair of chandeliers, brings some imagination and sparkle to an area that usually focuses on very task-oriented lighting.
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And don’t forget, if you’re looking for a chandelier in Toronto, Lando Lighting has one of the biggest lighting showrooms in Canada – there’s no better place to see light fixtures in action!