Wrought Iron Chandeliers - Save 33% Today
Wrought iron chandeliers come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. The versatility of these chandeliers make them ideal for use in just about any room in your home, including bathrooms, foyers, kitchens, hallways, dining rooms and even smaller nooks. Available in many finishes, wrought iron chandeliers will match any home decor.
What is the Right Size Chandelier?
A chandelier adds ambiance, style and of course, general lighting to a room, but selecting the right chandelier can be tricky. A small chandelier can easily get lost in a large space and fail to deliver a strong design element, while a large chandelier can overwhelm a small space. The right chandelier is proportional to the height and width of the room. Make sure you know how to size a chandelier before you buy.
What is a Wrought Iron Chandelier?
A wrought iron chandelier is reminiscent of old world chandeliers. As a material, wrought iron is filled with inclusions known as slag. In contrast with steel, wrought iron is a low carbon-content alloy. Sometimes, the grain on wrought iron resembles wood, and this occurs due to the fibrous inclusions called slag. Because of its tendency to be easy to weld, wrought iron is a popular material for use in chandeliers. Pair your new wrought iron chandelier with your existing light fixtures for a consistent look throughout your home.
Old World Style Chandeliers
Chandeliers, which date back to around the 15th century, were found in predominantly wealthy homes. This is due to the fact that candles were considerably more expensive back then, meaning that only the most prominent members of society could afford to burn them. However, chandeliers today are no longer just for the wealthy. Today, chandelier prices have decreased due to them being widely available. Now days, chandeliers are produced by several different lighting manufacturers, which ensures that you will be able to find a chandelier that you love in your price range. Add light and old world charm to your home by installing a wrought iron candle chandelier in your dining room, bedroom, or foyer.