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Chandelier Buying Guide by Room

Key Benefits & Features

  • Chandeliers are striking light fixtures that serve as statement pieces and set the tone of a room.
  • Each room's chandelier should match its appropriate size, style, shape, color, and be hung at the right height (e.g., approximately 30 inches above a dining table) for a harmonious flow.
  • In the dining room, the chandelier is the main light source and should be positioned directly over the table to illuminate faces and objects.
  • For a cozy feel, hang bedroom chandeliers closer to the bed and choose a size that matches the room's width and length.
  • Entryway chandeliers make a strong first impression, while living room chandeliers add personality and style, with larger options for spacious rooms.

Chandeliers are the statement-making light fixture for the home. Often luxurious and elegant, chandeliers set the tone of the space they are in and can act as a conversation piece for family and friends visiting the home. For every room, chandeliers typically become the centerpiece—because of this, it is important the chandelier matches the surrounding room in size, style, shape and color, but also hangs at the right height to create a sense of flow in the space. Explore popular styles like farmhouse chandeliers and sputnik chandeliers from our collection.

Dining Room Chandeliers

A dining room chandelier is the main source of light for the room. Other types of light fixtures, such as wall sconces, accent the illumination from the chandelier, creating a full display in the room. The chandelier hangs directly over the dining room table, becoming the main statement piece for the space and determining the mood and tone of the dining room.

What is the correct light level for a dining room chandelier?

A dining room may need multiple levels of light, depending on the mood desired and the room's layout. The correct position for the chandelier is directly over the table so that it can illuminate every face, meal and object both on and around the table. Chandeliers with exposed bulbs can offer lots of light but can cause glare—consider installing on its own dimmer switch for control. For a more inviting and intimate tone, choose lower Kelvin temperature bulbs that have a warmer color. Keep in mind the amount of lumens the chandelier gives off will shape the mood of the room.

What is the correct height to hang a dining room chandelier?

A dining room chandelier should hang approximately 30 inches above the dining table surface. At this height, people seated around the table can see each other and won't get glare in their eyes. For ceilings 9 feet or taller, add about 3 inches to the hanging height for each additional foot of ceiling height.

What style of chandelier is preferred for the dining room?

The style of the chandelier is determined by the space it will occupy, but ultimately by your personal taste. If a particular color or finish is prominent in the room, the chandelier can coordinate or contrast with those tones and finishes for various effects. The shape of the dining room table can also inform the shape of the chandelier. A symmetrical, cohesive look can be achieved with a round chandelier over a round table, and a square or rectangular table is most evenly lit with a chandelier that matches the table's shape. But a round or oblong chandelier can also be a nice contrast over a long dinner table. The size of the chandelier is also an important consideration—look for a chandelier to be 1/2 to 1/3 the width of the table.

Bedroom Chandeliers

Lighting for the bedroom, such as a chandelier, is all about creating a relaxing space to retreat. The bedroom can have many types of lighting fixtures, from wall sconces to table lamps and even adjacent bathroom lighting in master bedrooms. Focus on your personal style and needs for the bedroom, and consider the light level of the chandelier.

What height should a bedroom chandelier hang at?

Most chandeliers are meant to hang about 7 feet from the floor. This can be adjusted as needed, though, and depends on the surrounding space, ceiling height and the size of the bed. To create a cozier and more intimate feel, hang the chandelier closer to the bed and use warmer lighting.

What size should a bedroom chandelier be?

As a rule of thumb, the size of the bedroom chandelier should be the added width and length of the room, but in inches. For instance, if the bedroom is 12 feet by 14 feet, the chandelier should be 26 inches in diameter.

Entryway and Foyer Chandeliers

Entryway and foyer chandeliers are one of the first things family, friends and guests will see when visiting the home. Besides the front door and any lighting or décor outside the home, the entryway is the statement maker that announces your style and tone. Making a memorable first impression is one of the best functions of chandeliers, so ensure the style, tone and shape suits the first room of the home.

Living Room Chandeliers

The living room is where most entertaining and socializing happens, so it's important to choose a living room chandelier that will dazzle and impress. A statement-making chandelier determines not only the light in the room but its personality and style as well. Living rooms can also be one of the biggest rooms in a home, and as such can hold a larger chandelier. For lighting the living room, consider a large chandelier with more bulbs and tiers. This way, the light can spread throughout the room in the most effective way possible while creating the biggest impression on whoever is in the room.

Other Considerations for a New Chandelier Light

Choosing the perfect chandelier is based on a combination of personal preference and consideration of existing fixtures. The scale of the room is also important—choosing a large or small chandelier that doesn't fit the space can create problems visually and structurally.

Additionally, when adding a chandelier to a room, keep in mind the size, shape and color of the fixture desired and ensure it matches the room around it.

Which chandelier styles are popular?

Modern chandeliers are one of the most popular styles, focusing on functionality and forms that are aesthetically pleasing. Contemporary chandeliers often have innovative and cutting-edge designs.

Crystal chandeliers are another popular style, particularly because of how intricate and elegant they can be. These chandeliers stand out in the room, as they can have hundreds of crystal facets, multiple tiers and a range of bulbs present.