Chandeliers to Inspire

Trends | Posted by Judy Zhou on Monday 01 September 2014

The concept of the chandelier has changed considerably in recent years. The development of new materials and production techniques combined with new lamp technology has enabled designers to explore more elaborate and theatrical design options.

Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire

The decorative elements of the chandelier such as glass balls, crystal drops and acrylic rods can diffuse the light creating stunning centrepieces and generating a warm ambience. Designs using fibre optic and LEDs can conceal the light source and create special lighting effects.

Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire

With our in-house design and manufacturing facilities, we can work from your plans, sketches and ideas to turn your vision into reality.

Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire
Chandeliers to Inspire

There is no limit to your creativity. For more inspiration, have a look at our Chandeliers to Inspire pin board. If you want to know more about any of the above chandeliers or want to discuss a particular scheme, please contact us at sales@northern-lights.co.uk or give us a call on 01246 858750.