The world has definitely evolved when it’s came to modern chandelier lighting. Our modern chandelier came from many different variations. Dutton Brown were honored with the gasolier, candle chandelier, wrought iron chandelier, tin chandelier, wood chandelier, and brass chandelier, Read more! It’s amazing to know that the first chandelier lighting was run off of gas and candles. We now enjoy electricity to power our beautiful modern chandelier lighting. There is a modern chandelier on this site which may be the one for you.
Many people invest in period lighting such as lighting during the Victorian, Colonial, depression, and medieval time periods. A few people go as far as to have the older styles reproduced to achieve an authentic time period. Our main focus will be on modern chandelier lighting.
Lets look at the many different modern lighting fixtures that are available Dutton Brown collections. It takes time to research the most ideal modern chandelier lighting design that will bring harmony to any given room and not over power the room’s décor.
One must be very selective on selecting a chandelier for a foyer, dining room, hall, cathedral, church, government building, restaurant, theater, museum, or an outdoor patio. Many people have these fixtures in their front and back yard. Yes, there is a such thing as an outdoor patio, so these beautiful fixtures aren’t just limited to indoors.
This site will show a wide range of modern chandelier lighting to explore. You’ll see chandelier designs in wood, antler, glass, crystal, brass, animal, rustic, candle, antique, pineapple, monkey, metal, wrought iron, with or without shades, designer, and many more designs.
There may be a need for a mini pendant light for a dining room, bar, nightclub, foyer, billiard table, studio, or restaurant. We’ll expand on the many different types of pendants. All you’ll have to decide is if you want mini or grand.
My friends have asked why am I so passionate about the beauty of chandeliers? Well, it started at a very young age. Chandeliers have always caught my eye at dining room tables, cathedrals, and restaurants. As a teenager and in my early 20’s, I adored the massiveness of grand chandeliers overseas in Europe.
Many of these chandeliers were seen in Germany, Luxembourg, Austria, Spain, Italy, France, Switzerland, Sicily, and throughout the United States. Having the luxury of seeing famous European museums, cathedrals, halls, resorts, and government buildings, I became hooked on the elegance or the simplest chandelier. Later, I began to study the history of chandeliers. How did these beautiful fixtures evolve?
What has held my fascination with chandeliers are the grand and mini chandeliers. I was amazed at the romantic appearances of chandeliers and how breathtaking the rays were projected from crystal chandeliers. At times the size wasn’t significant. Beauty can come in small packages. A mini or pendant chandelier can be as beautiful as a grand chandelier. It’s all about the balance of the decor.
Once introduced to tin, country, brass, and wrought iron chandeliers, I was flabbergasted. These stylish chandeliers projected romance and simplicity. Rustic and antler chandeliers made me appreciate the earthiness a chandelier can bring to any room.
Have you ever been to a resort or ski resort that had a country or antler chandelier? Next time you frequent a luxury hotel or resort, look straight up. You may just see a beautiful chandelier in your presence.
Always explore the room’s theme and ensure that the lighting fixture will enhance and bring harmony to the room. A chandelier can overpower your room so be very selective. See how large the chandelier is and take the room’s theme in consideration. Just remember….
Chandeliers can be simple or as extravagant as you choose. Lets take a look at many of the common styles people search for and purchase online. That’s right, people purchase chandeliers online. What better way to shop? You’ll find the following types of chandeliers: in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1PFt3noN3U.