18 Antler Chandelier Designs That Will Attract Your Attention

The chandelier beside its important role which is to illuminate a room in the best possible way, have other function and that is its aesthetically side. When choosing a chandelier you should take care of a few things at once: the functionality in the first place, but almost equally important is the decoration ie the look of the chandelier, as well as practicality. It is necessary to fit a chandelier in the style of the room in which it will be installed and that does not stand out from the rest of the interior.

It also needs to provide a sufficient amount of light because it is its primary purpose. It also has to be practical and: not to be too large for the room in which is located, but not too small and need to be easy to maintain because it is worst thing in the living space that can negatively present your home and you as a host of chandeliers full of dust and / or cobwebs. The chandelier should be treated as a piece of furniture that fits into the overall style that dominates the home. In the larger rooms the chandelier should be higher. When choosing a chandeliers, there are no rules when it comes to shape. A typical square room can have a round chandelier and vice versa. More important is the style of the chandeliers. If you want unique and interesting chandelier, you can opt for antler chandelier. If will look beautiful in every interior design, you just need to find your favorite design. In addition, we present you one collection of some fascinating antler chandelier that surely will attract your attention. See them and find the best antler chandelier design for your home!

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Image via Kevin Perrenoud

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Image via Greg Premru Photography

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Image via Rob Karosis

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Image via Nathan Schroder

 

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Author: Ana Duovska

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