Are you not a big fan of clear seeded glass? Check out frosted glass chandelier fixtures that allow for excellent diffusion of the illumination. The combination of chrome or nickel with frosted glass is particularly stunning. For example, the Prospect Park frosted chandelier by Murray Feiss is a good option for kitchens due to its damp rating. Its opal etched glass is a gorgeous use of frosting for the glass.
How to Choose a Frosted Glass Chandelier for Any Interior Décor Style
Rather than presenting shades as a frosted glass globe chandelier, manufacturers like Sea Gull Lighting opt for the half-open design of a Parkfield model. The white glass is etched for a beautiful look. It is interesting to note that frosted glass chandelier shades are not always white or gray. A case in point is the Agilis by Minka Lavery, which combines a nickel finish with lamina blanca glass that offers a soft blush coloring. By the way, frosted glass chandelier lighting comes in single and multi-tiered fixtures, which four tiers being the largest.
Did you know that today’s chandeliers are no longer just the formal fixtures they used to be in the past? Clear glass chandeliers can look great in contemporary, modern, and even industrial spaces. They offer a variety of designs that set them apart from pendants. For a transitional or perhaps even traditional look, you cannot go wrong with frosted and some seeded glass chandeliers.