Do you associate chandeliers with an older, more traditional style of décor? We don’t blame you if you think of Buckingham Palace when you hear the word ‘chandelier’, but the fact is that there are plenty of modern chandeliers out there that live up to our current expectations for design!
While it’s true that a lot of modern chandeliers are inspired by their grandiose predecessors, most of them have had a modern makeover that has resulted in a significantly more modern style. A lot of chandeliers are based on small references to the days of yore, designed to give your modern home a bit of an edge, while other chandeliers defy every preconceived notion of this kind of lamp. Their expressions tend to be experimental and daring, unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. These chandeliers are beyond unique. These lamps tend to be upscaled versions of pendants or consist of a combination of pendants or light sources. Chandeliers are usually suspended from the ceiling and intended to illuminate the entire room, and they tend to be a fixture in large halls, living rooms, dining rooms, public or private offices, and any other spaces that allows the lamp to come into its own.