Sure it takes a bit more care to add a chandelier to the bathroom than the boring old can light but it is well worth the extra effort. And here are that tell you how you can do the same in a scintillating manner.
Another creation of versatile Spanish designer Miguel Herranz is for those who prefer wavy curves to intricate knots. The cool suspension lamp works both as a pendant and as a contemporary chandelier depending on where and how you use it.
But adding a chandelier to the bathroom involves much more than mere aesthetics. Experts suggest that the chandelier must be at least 8 feet above the bathtub and preferably three feet away from it. Of course with the right ventilation and proper control of humidity these conditions can be altered to your liking.
Channeling the cord-and-bulb approach of today’s coolest pendant lights this DIY Modern Wood Floor Lamp from Ana White features an Edison-style corded bulb. We’re loving the combo of mint green cording with the warm tone of the wood:
Looking for something far less extravagant and more traditional? The small glass chandelier is a classic that never seems to fail and it is as much at home in posh contemporary bathrooms as it is in those with vintage style.
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!