In many American homes, hanging lighting fixtures such as chandeliers are often found in rooms like the front entryway, dining room or hallways. However, these beautiful sources of illumination can also make an impressive display in any other room in your house – bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens and living rooms.
There's no denying that traditional chandeliers are among the most popular styles of this particular lighting fixture. As such, they can provide an attractive and eclectic element to a more modern room design in the master bedroom or living room. Depending on the predominate colors in the room, homeowners can choose from a variety of chandelier materials and hues to best suit the established design.
A large bathroom can also benefit from the warm illumination and visual aesthetic provided by a brass chandelier. This can be an especially effective addition to homes looking for a classic and relaxing accent for a spa-style bathroom. If your bathroom is on the small side, using a variety of light shade options on the chandelier can help ensure that the bright illumination does not overpower the limited space.