If your home is blessed with high ceilings, look no further than the Quoizel’s tiered “Voyager” chandelier composed of hand-forged iron in a bronze finish. Influenced by Moorish Spanish and Gothic styles, the fixture with candle-style lights injects stately appeal.
Shapes cut from screens intersect with metal elements on the six-light “Linden” orb fixture from Artcraft Lighting.
Keep lighting consistent in a large space by selecting multiple sizes of one style. The “Kimblewick” chandeliers by Kichler Lighting mix metal with distressed antique white wood. Parchment glass teardrops inject traditional flair without being fussy.
In true barn aesthetic, the steel “Barstow” fixture by Hinkley Lighting is rustic but refined. Its finely caged bulb diffuses the light, making it perfect for hanging in pairs or threes above a kitchen island.
The six-light “Ashland Bay” chandelier by Kichler Lighting flaunts cottage-appropriate curves. Clear glass pairs with a weathered-zinc finish to inject Colonial charm.
The “Chateau” chandelier by Capital Lighting Fixture Company boasts a two-tone French oak finish and playful decorative fobs.