Rustic Chandeliers | Lodge Chandeliers

Rustic Chandeliers

Rustic Chandeliers: Give your home or lodge cozy cabin look with a chandelier. You’ll find a wide variety of lighting options to choose from. From the Grand Old River Canoe Chandelier that is reminiscent of frontier days when traders traveled the rivers in birch bark canoes, to the Bear Family Chandelier that portrays bears walking amidst a beautiful mountain landscape.

The faux antler chandeliers resemble the fixtures in gorgeous alpine mountain lodges with its warm, rustic charm with antlers that are carefully sculpted then painted by hand to create their natural look. Our chandeliers come in various styles and designs. The Rustic Lighting selection ranges from sconces to rustic lamps, chandeliers, table lamps, bear, moose, kitchen and bathroom lighting fixtures.

If you are looking for lodge lighting, check out the Ashwood collection. The Ashwood family blends the feel of an old iron frame with real wood accents. The textured black frame is brought together with real wood banding in a whiskey barrel finish. When you look at the candle covers and woodwork, you’ll know the Ashwood family was built with strict attention to the details.

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Rustic Chandeliers

If you want to add rural and country charm to your home, a chandelier is the perfect choice. Whether its to add a welcoming grace to your foyer, set the tone in your dining room or simply add character to a bedroom, chandeliers can define the ambiance of a room.

Whether it’s a simple pendant that provides a minimalist, modern touch or a showstopping crystal fixture that exudes a regal elegance, a chandelier instantly catches the eye and sets a design tone. The trick is determining the correct size for the space.

Whether you go with traditional rustic, farmhouse, industrial or something in between, think about the design style of your space and what message you are trying to send with your chandelier choice. Do you want it to tie in and blend with the surrounding décor, or be a statement piece that stands out? There are so many ways that your chandelier can make your room feel different- and the choice is all yours.

If your style is minimalism, you may want to add a chandelier that creates interest and drama. If your room has plenty of architectural interest, you may want to go with a chandelier that is a bit more understated in design.

Chandeliers work best as a supplementary light source should be incorporated into a layered lighting scheme.

3 Tips from Interior Designer Kelly Wearstler for Architectural Digest

How to Choose the Right Chandelier

Take into account other elements of the room. “If you look at a chandelier on its own, out of the c