It is lighting that makes or breaks the appeal of an interior and with a simple change in the lighting scheme you can completely alter the ambiance of a home. This is probably one of the reasons for the wide range of lighting options that designers constantly seem to unleash.
Your bathroom chandelier need not play second fiddle to any other fixture in the room. In fact let it shine through and be the showstopper of the space with its unique design and proper placement.
The Brass Dome Large Pendant from Dwell Studio is more compact that large yet it definitely makes a big statement. Plus its classic form and chic shine make it versatile–it’s the perfect way to dress up the space of your choice even a child’s room! A -plated interior adds a touch of unexpected contrast.
Whether your bathroom style is rustic or industrial Asian or Victorian there is a chandelier out there that will actually enhance the theme instead of just melting away into the backdrop. Also glass is not the only choice of material and as you will see in the inspiration below you can even create a custom piece to add to the ambiance of your dream bathroom.
With a unique vintage-meets-modern look the Caracas Floor Lamp from Jonathan Adler combines cones and balls with a marble base for an unforgettable lighting piece. Love the brass pull chains!
Here’s another shot of the palm pendant lights which helps give a sense of size scale and color. Note how well the pieces work in a modern interior: We’ll end by shining the spotlight on the Candlestick Pendant Light from CB2 which reminds us that is continuing to evolve in the realm of pendant lighting. So is the use of intricate bulbs to add a dash of unexpected style!
We end with a few selections that showcase emerging trends in the world of pendant lighting. One such trend: Designers like Tom Dixon make this easy for us by creating collections such as the Beat collection shown below.
The traditional glass chandelier comes in many forms and often you can even add a hint of color with it. Pick a fixture that not only complements the overall style of the bathroom but also matches the sconce lights that you have next to the mirror above the vanity. If you can pick both the chandelier and the sconces from the same lighting collection it would be visually perfect indeed!
Designed in 1929 by Arne Jacobsen the Bellevue Table Lamp was reintroduced by Danish company &tradition. The Bellevue was Jacobsen’s first lighting design and with its swan-like neck and clean form takes inspiration from the Bauhaus era. The 45-degree cut shade (which made a later appearance on Jacobsen’s Bellevue petrol station near Copenhagen) diffuses the light with minimal glare.
Many designers seem to prefer placing a cascading chandelier right above the bathtub. Make sure that the chandelier can take the humidity and the ceilings are high enough to be able to pull off this look. If you are looking for an ideal cascading chandelier for your bathroom then a light fixture like the lovely Possini Euro Floating Bubble Light is a great choice indeed.
On first look you would imagine that the lovely is also from the LZF lineup but this Scandinavian beauty was designed by Antoni Arola for Santa &Cole. A sleek stainless steel frame and thin slats of birch wood make up this posh pendant that turns heads with its sheer compositional beauty and sense of unmatched lightness.
The bathroom is not a place where you expect to come across a chandelier that will instantly grab your attention. It is this ‘surprise factor’ that makes the an even more perfect addition.
Crafted by the French designer Aurélien Barbry the lamps in the series feature a carefully placed brass detail that ensures they look trendy even in an industrial space. Available in black and grey the floor lamp version of takes up very little space and allows you to turn even the smallest living room corner into a lovely reading nook.
Changed lifestyles and a necessity to create a relaxing spa-style hub right at home are probably the biggest reasons for the distinct shift. Bathrooms today are far more grand luxurious and innovative.
You may have acrylic furniture in your home but have you ever considered acrylic lighting solutions?! The Tube Top Floor Lamp from Room & Board is designed by Peter Stathis for Pablo Pardo. A mesh fabric shade is the icing on this beautifully designed cake. Though you may not be able to tell from the photos this lamp utilizes two bulbs for maximum shine.