These embellished beauties are big on boho style.
Chandeliers are back with a bang, but this time they’ve had a bit of a make-over – or should we say make-under?
Still carrying that classic chandelier shape, these beaded beauties offer a more relaxed, bohemian take on their crystal counterparts.
They might not be sparkly, but these beaded beauties still make one hell of a style statement.
Beaded chandeliers can be incorporated in almost any interior style – whether your home has a more rustic, Scandi or elegant look. Wood beaded chandeliers look just as good in a bedroom or nursery as they do dangling in the living room or above the dining table. Plus, they look just as good when they’re off as they do when they’re on, making them the perfect summer lighting showpiece.
Combining rustic beach house charm and vintage style glamour, this beaded chandelier is makes a chic and elegant style statement. Hang it from a ceiling rose to illuminate your space with grace. Made from necklaces of maple beads and patinated iron, this artisan take on traditional crystal chandeliers exudes elegance off or on.
Available in a choice of pastel colours, the Marla chandelier reminds us a little of the candy necklaces we wore as kids. A sweet addition for a kids' room? Choose from Pistachio, White and Blush.
Light up your living space with the laidback-luxe Mia Chandelier. With a natural wood finish and beaded pearls dangling in cascading loops, it's perfect for adding informal, relaxed glamour to a space.
Create a rustic statement with the Luna pendant light, crafted with white washed wooden beads which cast a gorgeous warm light when illuminated.
This Bombay Beaded Chandelier adds impressive lighting to your home whilst keeping a natural feel. Rustic wooden beads hang in loops from a hexagonal metal frame, beautifully diffusing the light inside.
Debenhams’ take on the trend is designed by Abigail Ahern, who is known for her unique and dramatic approach to interior style. This blue pendant would look fabulous against even darker walls, or you could play it safer and incorporate it into a whitewashed room with a coastal look.