Throughout 2021, many people remodeled and renovated the houses they were suddenly spending most of their time in, and so they were on the lookout for exciting lighting solutions. One category of lighting that captivated homeowners in 2021 was the chandelier.
While chandeliers are certainly not a new phenomenon, and there are a great many different styles out there, remodelers found intriguing new ways to bring these exquisite lighting features into their homes. Going into 2022, we predict that chandeliers will continue to make a splash.
Here are a few intriguing ways people brought chandeliers into their homes this year, along with trends that are sure to continue well into 2022.
Grand Centerpiece Lighting
Few things bring a room together like centerpiece lighting. Many homeowners chose a dominant look with chandeliers positioned lower in the room to ensure they are the center of attention. This is a trend, and will continue to be a trend, with dining room chandeliers. It’s not uncommon to see more dining rooms (of any decor style) featuring a low-hanging chandelier. It’s not hung so low as to obscure dinner or conversation. Instead, it is perfectly balanced between the ceiling and the dining room table, and balance is key when you’re going for the centerpiece look.
Lighting to Match Personality
This was a trend that really took off in 2021, but going into 2022, you’ll see it even more: lighting that fits in with the personality of the homeowners. The prevailing trend used to be focused on creating a cohesive look throughout the home. Now, homeowners are embracing bold and looking for lighting that says, “this is me!” Chandeliers are often more elaborate or complex in design, which allows people to get creative with the look of a room, even if it stands apart from the other rooms.
A Touch of Color
While chandeliers usually come in a variety of neutral finishes, going into 2022, more people are embracing bold color in their chandelier choices. Instead of the more traditional metallic look, they’re going after blues, reds or any hues that suit them. This trend falls in line with more people seeking out fixtures that match their personalities. Why not extend that to colors you love as well?
The Outdoor Chandelier
During 2020 and 2021, more people spent time outdoors, getting some fresh air on decks and patios. That’s a trend continuing into 2022. And just as people remodeled or renovated the interior of their homes, many also refreshed the exterior of their homes. Part of that refresh? Outdoor chandeliers! (Yes, it is a thing.) Chandeliers bring a charm to any room—even if that room is lacking in walls (though, of course, a ceiling is necessary). So, why not resolve to browse chandeliers for sale and make your outdoor spaces into go-to places?
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