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Best Bets: 10 LED Chandeliers

It’s no secret that LEDs have redefined lighting as we know it. But aside from offering the ultimate energy efficiency, LEDs are opening new doors in lighting design overall, allowing fixtures to embrace the unique qualities of the technology and build never-seen-that-before fixtures that bring form and function happily together.

We’ve rounded up our 10 favorite chandelier designs that don’t simply use LED lamping, but use the technology to a great advantage, making them ideal for any room in the house.

Written by Sarah Schaale

Stix LED Suspension by SONNEMAN Lighting

A show-stopping light with a minimalistic approach. Square LED sticks can be arranged and re-arranged to configure just as you’d like.

Try it: Over a dining table or in a tall foyer.

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Stix LED Suspension by SONNEMAN Lighting

Interlace LED Suspension by LBL Lighting

A careful balance of delicacy and strength, with stainless steel cable that is carefully crisscrossed like a spider’s web around the inside of the aluminum ring.

Try it: As a main light source in a great room or dining room.

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Interlace LED Suspension by LBL Lighting

Heracleum II Small LED Chandelier by Moooi

Inspired by the heracleum plant, this Bertjan Pot design mimics leaves with 45 polycarbonate lenses and a branch-like frame that serves to power the lights via an Electrosandwich technique.

Try it: In the dining room over a wood table.

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Heracleum II Small LED Chandelier by Moooi

Cityscape Large LED Linear Suspension by Hubbardton Forge

Upright cylinders in varying length create an intriguing “skyline” lit by LEDs for a dynamic fixture that plays double duty as art.

Try it: Over a dining table.

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Cityscape Large LED Linear Suspension by Hubbardton Forge

Tube LED Linear Suspension by Lee Broom

Crafted from a single piece of Carrara marble sourced from Italy, which glows from an innovative strip of LEDs that highlight the unique veining of each piece.

Try it: Over a conference table.

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Tube LED Linear Suspension by Lee Broom

Mercury LED Suspension by Artemide

A glossy fixture from designer Ross Lovegrove that appears to float weightlessly and refract between the glossy droplets and its stainless steel reflector.

Try it: In a living room.

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Mercury LED Suspension by Artemide

In the Wind LED Pendant by Nemo

Long aluminum columns are twisted and turned like a cyclone in the sky, with LED light modules spanning the length and filling the dynamic shape with brightly diffused light.

Try it: Over a dining table.

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In the Wind LED Pendant by Nemo

Parallax Linear Suspension by Tech Lighting

Modern and minimal, with a futuristic edge. This fixture is just a half-inch thich, with 30 twinkling LEDs that shine through small, round apertures reminiscent of a circuit board.

Try it: Above a kitchen island.

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Parallax Linear Suspension by Tech Lighting

Grand Siecle Chandelier by Axis71

Then meets now, with a classical archetype (the grandeur of 17th century France) designed with 40 tiny, twinkling, ultra-modern LEDs at the end of each stem.

Try it: In a great room.

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Grand Siecle Chandelier by Axis71

Twist and Shout LED Linear Suspension by George Kovacs

Sleek and bright for the minimalist at heart, the white glass shade provides a clean contrast to the metallic finish.

Try it: Over a workspace.

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Twist and Shout LED Linear Suspension by George Kovacs
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