7 chandeliers for a better interior

7 chandeliers for a better interior

Chandeliers are basic building blocks of any classical style interior – be it baroque, roman, rococo, neo-classical or traditional. But even in a modern setting, if they are designed to perfection and standard, they can end up lending credibility to your thematic integration and concept. Today we will be taking a look at a few chandeliers that make for a fantastic interior accentuation.

  1. Twisty and modern

While the traditional outlook of a chandelier is ornate and ostentatious, a modern vibe is more about clean lines and oblique faces. So when it comes to a modern contemporary style interior, the accompanying lighting fixture always has to be respectfully subservient to the ethics of the modern concept. The interior below shows just how a chandelier can be designed according to a more modernized theme without compromising the key elements of its actual design. The clean lines that make the face of this fixture are classy as well as elegant, and fit right in with the overall interior scheme.

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  1. Ornate

This theme is all about the neo-classical genre in a more modernized setting. The chandelier lends credibility to the overall implementation of this specific theme. While most of the actual interior is done with a slightly modern flair, the chandelier is the main attraction that adds that particular baroque feeling to the entire design.

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  1. Hybrid

While most contemporary themes are a combination of several themes all wrapped up in a single design integration, it is challenging to find a suitable lighting accompaniment fixture for such designs. The image below shows that it can certainly be done. While the design of this chandelier is based on straight lines, its overall blueprint gives off a rather contemporary ambiance.

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  1. Five Blade Fan

Most five blade fans come with an attaché lighting fixture on the center of their rotor. It may be a typical application of a chandelier design a la modern contemporary, but is certainly effective when you do not want to go over the top. Its simple integration into a room can seem pretty seamless.

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  1. Dichotomy

This interior showcases a unique sensibility, where a rather baroque color palate is accompanied by a contemporary neo-classical setting in actual interior elements. The chandelier is a traditional piece which complements both the modern and ornate aspects of this scheme.

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  1. Vintage

A rather kitsch setting for a modern bedroom design, this interior is an atypical formation, so choosing a chandelier to complement its style could be challenging. But since kitsch is all about the vintage, a rather florid take on the chandelier can be quite complementary.

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  1. Minimal come modern

This is an atypical design for most industrial style chandeliers, and pairing them with a modern interior can only be done if the overall setting is complementary enough.

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