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There is something romantic and feminine about a floral chandelier. Inspired by vintage and antique chandeliers, today’s floral chandeliers have the elegance and details without the old wiring. If you do come across a vintage or antique floral chandelier, ask if it is rewired. Otherwise, take it to a reputable lamp shop to have it upgraded to today’s electrical standards. Vintage or new, metal or glass, these floral chandeliers bring the beauty of the garden into any room and inspire many interior design ideas.
Check out these beautiful blooming chandeliers:
Featured in House Beautiful, the shape of the flowers on this cast resin chandelier from Oly remind us of Lily of the Valley or Foxglove. Love the cream color, but this chandelier is also available in four other colors.
Cream and grays highlight this romantic vintage inspired rose chandelier from House to Home. Look for similar chandeliers at estate sales or antique shows.
Elizabeth Lyons Glass floral chandeliers are like delicate poseys for your ceiling. Ranging in size from 14 to 22 inches, these small chandeliers sparkle with handmade glass flowers.
Antique inspired floral chandeliers like this one from Pottery Barn are colorful and feminine. They could be custom painted to match your decor as a simple DIY project. Perfect for a feminine living room design.
This bright colorful floral chandelier looks to be by Dale Chihuly, the master glassblower. The intense colors are gorgeous.
The Blue Sky Garden chandelier by glass artist Jamie Barthel is a riot of colorful flowers. Each chandelier is hand-painted reverse glass.
The Magpie Chandelier retailed for $4,800 and really does look like a collection of beautiful flowers collected by a very discerning magpie. Love the shape and pops of bright!
Thanks again to our friends at Design Shuffle for providing the content for this blog post. At Design Shuffle, you can find top tier interior designs from around the world – from New York Interior Designers, San Francisco Interior Designers, and more. Check them out!