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!
Have you noticed that many of today’s top lamps and pendant lights feature a minimalist industrial presentation of one bulb (and little else)? For example this Lens Floor Lamp from West Elm is inspired by factory lighting. A glass shade and a steel base give this piece understated style power.
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.
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.