Introduction to Crystal Chandeliers
In the late 17th century, the process of casting glass prisms was invented. This glass was easy to produce, and artisans soon began making brand new models of chandeliers featuring this style of glass, which was hand cut and polished into different shapes to reflect candlelight in different ways. Of course, you won't find any candles in modern crystal chandeliers, but some of the techniques are still the same today. Crystal chandelier lighting provides your space with a a stunning focal point that adds a romantic ambiance to any room. Contemporary crystal chandeliers give off a perfect glow that simply cannot be replicated by many other types of light fixtures. LuxeDecor has a wide selection of chandeliers that will bring an unrivaled level of sophistication to your home, regardless of which room you choose to place your new fixture in.
Different Styles and Types of Crystal Chandeliers
There are many different styles and types of new and vintage crystal chandelier styles available at LuxeDecor. From small to large chandeliers, there are sizes to fill any space in your home proportionately. Beyond traditional styles, LuxeDecor carries an array of fixtures to ensure you can find the perfect light for your space. From the number of chandelier crystals to the number of light bulbs you want in your fixture, most brands at LuxeDecor offer customization options to give you more say in the final design of your piece. Metal finish options are also customizable and LuxeDecor has an array of colors and shades to choose from including black crystal chandeliers, bronze crystal chandeliers, and gold crystal chandeliers.
Decorating With Crystal Chandeliers
With so many styles to choose from, decorating your space with a chandelier from LuxeDecor is a breeze. Crystal style chandeliers look stunning hanging about the center of a dining room table. Wow your guests at your next dinner party or soiree with shinning crystal fixture that demands attention. Crystal style chandeliers are also an excellent addition to entryways and foyers. If your home has a second floor, we recommend hanging your crystal fixture high enough to illuminate the stairwell, about knee level of anyone standing on the second floor balcony. Fixtures that you place in entryways and foyers can be larger and wider in size. We recommend looking at grand crystal chandelier as these styles will fill the space comfortable without appearing too small. You should hang your entryway chandelier no less than seven feet from the bottom of the fixture to the floor.
For more information about chandeliers, including construction, placement, and care, read LuxeDecor's Chandelier Buying Guide.