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- Candle Style Tiered Chandelier: This candle style tiered chandelier was created for the designer who is adamant about quality and exacting about style.
- Farmhouse Globe Chandelier: Whether you greet guests with a warm glow in the entryway or over your dining room table, this chandelier is sure to shine.
- Candle Style Empire Chandelier: Add a touch of traditional style to any space with a candelabra style bulb for the ultimate vintage glow.
- 12-Light Empire Chandelier: This stunning farmhouse-style rustic chandelier as twelve lights with metal detailing
- Rustic Heritage Pendant: Traditional yet bold this pendant showcases a large teardrop-shaped glass shade that accommodates one 100 W E26 lightbulb (not included). Compatible with a dimmer switch for adjustable ambiance.
- Rustic Metal Chandelier: Create rustic elegance in your dining space. Channeling farmhouse style, this solid iron chandelier features a delicate design with an oil-painted rust finish.
- Combining rustic pine elements with contemporary grace, this steel fixture in a black walnut finish features frosted Scavo glass shades.
- The Double Wagon Wheel Chandelier casts an inviting glow in your rustic home with reproduction wagon wheels and classic chimney lights for an Old West look.
- Wagon Wheel Lantern Chandelier: Featuring a reproduction wagon wheel and seven hanging lanterns, the Large Wagon Wheel Chandelier with Rustic Lanterns is perfectly suited to your Old West home.
- Sutters Mill Lighting: A perfect way to light the great room of your home is with this magnificent “American Made” 49er wagon wheel chandelier.
- Wooden Bead Chandelier: Whitewashed wood beads give the Francesca Chandelier a fresh, summery look. Whether in a dining room or a seating area, it’s a natural complement to any decor style.
- Reproduction Antler Chandelier
- Western Chandelier: Featuring a reproduction wagon wheel, downlights with amber shades, the Large Wagon Wheel Chandelier is suited to your Old West home.
- Wagon Wheel Chandelier: Create a welcoming glow with the Small Wagon Wheel Chandelier, featuring a reproduction wagon wheel with classic chimney lights for Old West style.
- Old West Lighting: Light up your Old West home with the Reproduction Single Ox Yoke 2 Lantern Light.
- Horse Chandelier: Create a welcoming glow with the Horse Head Chandelier. Crafted with a western flair, this chandelier with three Old World style horse heads and leaves, creates defining style.
- Wine Barrel Hoop Chandelier: A rustic iron barrel hoop hangs from six thick rope cords, bringing wine country style to your dining room.
- Rustic Crystal Chandelier: Faceted crystal leaves sparkle at the ends of intertwining branches on the Camilla 6-Arm Chandelier.
- Pioneer Rustic Chandelier: A perfect way to light the great room of your home is with magnificent “American Made” Pioneer wagon wheel chandeliers.
- Rustic Glass Chandelier: Scaled especially for high ceilings, the Paxton Pendant is a show-stopping piece.
- Rustic Glass Pendant: A gently mottled texture and a subtle green hue characterize each shade of this pendant, generously sized and ideal for high ceilings.
- Lantern Chandelier: A heavy duty handmade wagon wheel is teamed up with Sutter's Mill Lantern handmade authentic side mounted western lanterns to create the magnificent wagon wheel chandeliers.
- Rustic Lodge Chandelier
- Antler Chandelier: Like the fixtures in alpine mountain lodges, this chandelier has a warm, rustic charm.
- Light up your home with the Montana Pendant Light. This metal pendant adds a rustic touch to your décor and features bear and pine tree silhouettes finished in burnished bronze and amber flake glass shades.
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
Take into account other elements of the room. “If you look at a chandelier on its own, out of the context of the room, it might be an amazing object, but it may not harmonize in the way it needs to once in the overall composition,” says Wearstler. “If there are a number of bold statement pieces already in the room, a simple chandelier may be more effective. Conversely, if the room decor is more minimal, a bold sculptural chandelier will be the signature wow. There should be hierarchy within a space. Too many starlets in one room can create needless drama.”
Evaluate the desired drop-down length. “The height of a chandelier should be based on the height of the ceiling and its location in the room. If it’s in the center of an open space, such as a living room or foyer, allow 12 inches or preferably more between the lowest point of the chandelier and head height. A minimum of seven feet from the floor is a good standard to follow. However, if hanging over a table, keep a minimum of 36 inches between tabletop and chandelier bottom to avoid hitting your head.”
Keep in mind the room’s shape. “Never ignore the importance of scale in a design. For long, narrow spaces like corridors, kitchens, and baths, it’s great to use a more linear chandelier to complement the overall spatial proportions of the room. The result feels more custom and thoughtful.”
Featured Rustic Chandeliers
There is a wide variety of rustic chandeliers to choose from, such as wagon wheel chandeliers, country farmhouse chandeliers, as well as those that incorporate distressed wood, metallic and natural accessories. A simplistic white chandelier makes a great counterpart for farmhouse whereas those with detailed heavily with wrought iron and wildlife motifs work better in a traditional rustic home.