Chandeliers traditionally belong in dining rooms, if they’re in a home at all. However, they can look right at home within the walls of other rooms, as well.
A chandelier in the bathroom, for example, may enhance a spa-like, luxurious experience. A chandelier used to bring light to a dark corner of a foyer or living room may be just the thing the space needs. Even above a table at an outdoor dinner party can bring a delightfully whimsical vibe to an area.
A long, thin chandelier can bring light to a lonely corner of a room.
Sometimes the location of the chandelier is less expected than the shape and design of it.
A chandelier in a bathroom is certainly not the norm, but it adds some glitz and glam to an area of the home used for relaxing and getting ready for special occasions. Why not put one there?
If you’re not quite ready for the full-on sparkling chandelier, a shower curtain with the image of a chandelier on it may be the quirky take on glamour your bathroom needs.
Would you hang a chandelier in an unexpected place in your home, or should they stay in formal dining rooms?