Even a decade or two back the use of chandeliers was restricted to only two rooms of our houses – dining room and foyer. Contemporary lighting designers have given the classic chandeliers access to other rooms as well by breaking the two-room barrier. Now they are used in closets to bedrooms for making a statement. The modern décor is personality driven and there are no set rules for decorating your rooms. This has given rise to a breed of homeowners as well as lighting designers who are ready to experiment with chandeliers.
In an effort to make their home design unique, homeowners are using chandeliers at unusual spots at their homes. A heady mix of traditional and modern lighting concepts is giving a completely new meaning to the interiors. Classic chandeliers are available in a variety of colors, sizes and styles; however the function remains quite the same. Chandeliers compel onlookers to look up and around the room leading to movement. Crystal and colors add a touch of elegance while providing a vivid and dynamic environment.
The modern architecture is another driving force as chandeliers are being used in master bedrooms that are being turned into a living environment to include reading and relaxing apart from just sleeping. The bathrooms are no more cramped spaces and guest areas too have become larger. Thus lighting of these spaces have propelled the cause of chandeliers.