Beach house lighting offers so much room for creativity, and we have yet to meet a chandelier we don’t like. A chandelier can take a space that would otherwise disappear into the background and make it a really special focal point. These are just some of the great designs we’ve seen that stretch the imagination when it comes to using lighting.
A toddler’s room probably isn’t the first place you’d think to add a chandelier. But, as Candice Olson proves, it’s the perfect backdrop for a whimsical light fixture.
Think outside the box, literally. A chandelier on a covered porch really stands out.
Replacing traditional sconces with three pendants makes a huge style statement in this bathroom.
A coastal home office can always use a little glam. We like the mix of contemporary and traditional styles. It looks professional and feminine.
Everyone deserves a little bit of luxury in their closet. That goes for shoes and lighting.
These alternating skylights and chandeliers create a refreshingly original effect. A wooden chandelier is perfect for a cottage-chic feel.
We love the idea of using multiple, smaller scale chandeliers in lieu of a single larger piece over the dining table.
A funky red pendant makes an otherwise beautiful, but standard, bathroom cool.
A dramatic chandelier over a dining table isn’t necessarily unusual, but relying on the chandelier to bring in all of your color isn’t something you see every day. You can find this same chandelier at Cottage & Bungalow!
We’ve saved the best for last: a chandelier in a chicken coop. Talk about five star accommodations! These are some very lucky birds.
We’ve only skimmed the surface of the transformative power of really great beach home lighting. Check out our chandelier selections for yourself and see where your imagination takes you!