One, two, three, one, two, three, bead!
Throw 'em back 'til you lose count
Yooouuu’re gonna swing from the chandelier
From the chandelier!
We all know how this song of Sia goes but what’s the hoohaa about it? You’d be surprised to find the styles of chandeliers designers have created to leave you spellbound. One such is the beaded chandelier.
Material: It is a type of decorative lighting fixture which features strings or strands of beads, crystals, or similar materials hanging from a central frame. The beads are typically made of glass, plastic, metal, or other materials.
Style: The beads are often arranged in diverse patterns, creating visually appealing and intricate designs. Beaded chandeliers can fit into different interior design themes, ranging from traditional and vintage to modern and eclectic based on the lighting required.
This Tulum-themed coastal, beige, and white-colored beaded chandelier with a beautiful tassel looks dainty as ever in a perfect zen setting or Japandi or Boho setting.
Styling Tip: It goes well with the Drop Leaf Style Boho Dining Table and Rustic Bohemian Dining Table.
This empire chandelier with 12 lights showcases a timeless wagon wheel shape, enhanced by contemporary beaded accents, creating a modern farmhouse style.
Crafted from metal in a light gray finish, it boasts a single tier of candle-style bulb bases for a classic touch to illuminate your entryway or dining room from various angles.
It hangs from a sloped ceiling-adaptable canopy and adjustable height chain. The best part is its compatibility with dimmer switches and smart bulbs, offering maximum versatility.
Styling Tip: Try out a luxe-vintage style, rare combination with the Rullo Round Black Marble Coffee Table.
It’s a beautiful sandy, beachy beaded chandelier with a tassel that will work with any bohemian home interior setting and in some cases even beach shacks and beach-themed restaurants.
This sizable chandelier boasts a timeless appearance that shines with a flexible silver leaf coating and glimmering crystal beads.
The exquisite design showcases a metal framework with gracefully curved arms, traditional bobeche, and candle-style lights. Adorned with clear, sparkling crystal strands, the bulbs remain exposed, creating a rare, radiant ambiance without any shades.
What is Bobeche?
A bobeche (pronounced boh-besh) is a small dish or collar-like cup that sits at the base of a candle or light bulb in a chandelier or candelabra. The main purpose of the bobeche is to catch any dripping wax from the candles or prevent the melting wax from dripping onto the chandelier's or candelabra's arms or holders. Additionally, the bobeche often serves as a decorative element, adding an elegant touch to the overall design of the lighting fixture.
This chandelier's ombre beads have been skillfully arranged in a graceful draped pattern, resulting in a silhouette that seamlessly complements both coastal homes and eclectic environments.
The Concept: Aquamarine is a precious gemstone of a blue or cyan color, belonging to the beryl family. Its name is derived from the Latin words "aqua" (water) and "marina" (sea). Known for its captivating hue and clarity, aquamarine is often associated with tranquility and a connection to the sea.
Build your kingdom with this captivating gray wood bead chandelier that harmonizes classic sophistication with rustic allure.
The metal frame boasts a stunning brushed gray finish, adorned with real wood beads in a complementary gray, creating a graceful drape that exudes warmth and affection.
With 6 lights delicately enclosed within the charming bead design, this modern farmhouse chandelier becomes an ideal centerpiece for bedrooms, entrance ways, or sitting rooms, ensuring enduring enjoyment for years to come.
“In the embrace of a beaded chandelier, I rise like a phoenix from the night. Let the stars ignite as crystal tears glisten bright. I'll dance and swing from the light, defying gravity's might.” With Sia's melody, take flight, and let your soul break free in the chandelier's enchanting sight!
Megha is an award winning artist, architect, and design researcher with an unending love for LEGO. She has a fascination for materials, inclusive furniture, and color psychology.