Interested in chandeliers?
If you’re interested in buying a chandelier then it’s well worth your time to take a look at our selection here at Lampemesteren. Chandeliers are a fantastic source of light and a unique way of making your home stand out.
We have classic chandeliers, modern chandeliers, chandeliers with decorative bulbs and chandeliers in lots of different colours. A chandelier can help bring new life into your home, capturing the attention of everyone who sees it.
More about modern chandeliers
The modern chandelier is simpler and cleaner than its predecessors, which were much more lavish and frequently gilded. Today’s chandelier has a more neutral look but is still beautiful and works in simpler Scandinavian-style interiors. The modern chandelier also comes in a broader range of materials including acrylic, steel and plastic, making the chandeliers more durable and giving them a longer lifespan. Modern chandeliers have a more streamlined and stylish design, making them easy to incorporate into your own interior.
What’s the difference between a pendant lamp and a chandelier?
The main difference between pendant and chandeliers is the amount of light they provide – pendants often contain only a single light source or bulb, while a chandelier’s multiple light sources provide more light. Chandeliers aren’t as popular as pendants and ceiling lamps but there’s lots of room for growth since they can bring much more to home décor than the simpler pendant. Both chandeliers and pendants can function as pieces of art in the home, although the chandelier has an advantage in this sense as it’s increased number of both light sources and design lines and larger size are more eye-catching.
Lighting with large chandeliers
Large chandeliers work well in large rooms or over dining tables since they’re effective at filling their surroundings with beautiful, comfortable light. Both the chandelier and the light it provides are decorative, atmospheric and exclusive. The fact that the individual light sources in a chandelier are placed at different levels means that you have a larger light output to decorate with – the light spreads out, giving good general illumination.