Chandeliers have a way of adding a touch of drama to a space. From glitter and glitz in an entry way to sleek and sophisticated in a powder room, adding a chandelier can elevate any room in your beach home. To inspire an enlightened space, we’ve illuminated some of our favorite pieces to lighten – and enliven! – your coastal decor.
Coastal Decor – Chandeliers
Recycled glass discs dangle from the wrought iron frame of the Braithwell Chandelier to form a textural shade that turns the light emanating through it into a mottled mosaic. The discs vary in size and overlap to form this ecofriendly artistic statement.
Bubble glass and Polished Nickel hardware play well together on the Satellite sputnik chandelier. Metallic-dipped bulbs are tucked among the arms, providing beautiful warm illumination. Install in a bathroom for some sparkle.
Panes of striking water glass adorn the large Glacier chandelier to create a dynamic piece full of movement. The glass diffuses the light, providing a soft glow to the area around it, perfect for a foyer or living room.
Capture the life of the party with the whimsical design of the Meyda Wine Bottle Chandelier. So much fun that you may want to hang from it, but don’t! Liven up your coastal home with a chandelier that does so much more than deliver light; it adds personality and pizzazz. Sixteen Chardonnay bottles are suspended from a Black finished rim with five arms. Handcrafted in the USA.
Traditional details and subtle rustic influencing give a unique look and feel to the Houndslow Rectangular Chandelier. The elongated design is ideal for larger tables or elongated dining rooms, which adds to its appeal. From the Houndslow Collection, it features six candelabra style lights and a dark Satin Black finish that completes the look.
Captivating turquoise and jade polished glass, both applied by hand, create this classically shaped chandelier. Talk about a splash of color and texture!! The hand finishing process used on this fine piece is impeccable. It strikes us as something straight from a remote Caribbean island cottage, an heirloom chandelier.
Created in the Color Field tradition of the 1940s, the Graduation Chandelier is a large-scale piece that would hold its own in a boldly designed interior. Nine wide rings of wrought iron in alternating hues of blue are accentuated by small exterior squares as a sophisticated design detail. The interiors of the rings have been treated to contemporary gold leaf and new gold leaf finishes to enhance the glow of the illumination.
Balancing old world elegance with rustic charm. Each branch is cast and gilded in gold leaf. Two tiers of light for the perfect illumination of any room.
Wrought iron and sheet metal form the kicky Jean-Louis Chandelier, which has shades made to resemble those of a classic task light. These give it the feel of a mid-century modern icon. The exteriors are hand-finished in Marbella black while the interiors exude a warm reflection thanks to our contemporary gold leaf finish. This six-light chandelier is both timeless and functional.
The Tilda 5-light chandelier with five tiers of wooden sticks on curved iron arms, all in a whitewash finish. Would add drama and interest in a foyer.
Futuristic with a bit of whimsy, the Acrylic Cube Chandelier would be perfectly stunning in almost any room of your coastal home.
Casually elegant, Jett features an intricate bowl shade that throws dazzling patterns onto nearby surfaces. Textural and bohemian, this modern chandelier would make a great living room focal point.
Cascade is dressed in draping Capiz shells and accented with a gold leaf finish, providing a modern glam statement for a bedroom or dining room.
We’ve ombre’d lighting in this latest coastal chic chandelier. Wooden beads in various shades of blue drape gracefully in gradient layers, capped with a rattan-wrapped circular frame. This would look serene in a living room or breakfast nook.
The Deep Crystal Elongated Box Chandelier is adorned by Amber crystal nuggets with sweeping bars extending to the ring canopy. Custom made in the USA by skilled artisans in the finish of your choice.
Talent of Lowcountry artists have been nurtured to create what has become a unique line of artisanal lighting. Using natural materials like marsh reeds, old metals, driftwood and an unusual indigenous type of translucent oyster shell, they have crafted a collection of lighting capturing the essence and spirit of the region. This Daufuski Marsh Grass Drum Pendant Light measures 28″D x 14″H x STEM, and is shown in antique green.
Another gorgeous piece by Lowcountry artists. This Brays Island Driftwood 4-Light Chandelier measures 50″W x 36″H x 12″W, but dimensions will vary depending on the piece chosen. The Brays Island Chandelier is shown here in darkened copper and takes (4) 100 watt bulbs. Can also be made with the raw copper finish.
This Laurel Bay Shell and Crystal Chandelier shown in antique white with dimensions of 36″W x 38″H and crafted by artisans in the Carolina Lowcountry.
These coastal chandeliers are just a sampling of what we have available at Cottage & Bungalow! Check our chandelier selection often to discover your new favorite piece.