Dining room chandeliers play a big role in setting the mood of your space. Some are pure pieces of art that will catch the attention of everyone that comes up in your dining room. So, they are not used not only to light up your dining space but also to shine over your entire dining room decoration! Keep scrolling and get inspired by our selection of the 6 dining room chandeliers that are recommended by AD magazine.
A Bourgeois Bohème light fixture dangles above the table.
This amazing crystal chandelier is French and punctuates a Moscow kitchen accented with a floral-printed vintage dining room table.
On a sun-soaked veranda in New York’s historic Dutchess County, a three-tiered Egyptian fixture adds a splash of vibrant color.
A bespoke light sculpture by David Wiseman mimics the delicate branches of a blossoming cherry tree.
A cheerful, spherical 1960s Italian light fixture from Galerie Van den Akker.
A De la Torre light fixture comprised of orange-hued glass spheres.
Whether you need to illuminate a specific task or update your decor, the right light makes all the difference in a room. A pendant does it all, providing overall light, which is used for all-purpose illumination; task lighting, which focuses light on a specific work area and accent lighting, which highlights specific areas.
The recommended height to hang a pendant above a table is 28 to 32 inches, but the fixture can be hung slightly higher or lower depending on personal preference, fixture size, and ceiling height.
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