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Number of Bulbs

Number of Bulbs

The number of bulbs plays a huge role in both the style and brightness of your fixture. When choosing the amount of bulbs, keep in mind how bright you want your room as well as power consumption. See Bulb Type for more information on the benefits of each type of bulb.



Due to the wide variety of colors we offer, we have grouped our products into popular tones to help narrow your search.



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Use the slider to adjust to your desired price or price range. If you prefer, you can type in your desired range in the boxes below.

Light Direction

Light Direction

Ambient Lighting
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Ambient Light is designed to splay light in all directions and is great for any room.

Down Lighting
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Down Lighting directs light downwards by using open bottom shades to minimize the amount of light that is projected upwards towards the ceiling.

Up/Down Lighting
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Up / Down Lighting are fixtures with shades that deflect light both up and down.

Up Lighting
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Up Lighting directs lighting upwards and will still provide ample illumination for many applications.

Number Of Tiers

Number of Tiers

Tiers represent the different layers of a chandelier. Chandeliers with more tiers, or layers, tend to have more bulbs and a higher light output. The number of tiers a chandelier can add to it's functionality or add a dramatic flair to your home.   

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2 Tier
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Specialty Chandelier Shape

What shape do you like?

Mini Chandelier
Mini Chandelier Shape
  • Chandeliers that are 20" in diameter or smaller
  • Usually 3-5 bulbs
  • Great for any room
Drum Chandelier
Drum Chandelier Shape
  • Characterized by the 'Drum' shaped shade which is an increasingly popular trend in today's home
  • Great amount of light for any application
Linear Chandelier
Linear Chandelier Shape
  • Chandeliers that are linear in shape
  • Comes in various lengths
  • Great for large tables ranging from dining to billiard
Globe Chandelier
Globe Chandelier Shape
  • Circular chandeliers
  • Provides ample lighting with very popular and noticeable style
Cage Chandelier
Cage Chandelier Shape
  • Wiry or cage-like appearance
  • Unique traditional styling becoming increasingly popular
Empire Chandelier
Empire Chandelier Shape
  • Very common chandelier type
  • In today's design standards, it is defined by "'fitted' at the top with a pear shape at the bottom."
  • Comes in several different styles


When designing a home or an individual room, every designer has a particular style or theme in mind. Each one of our chandeliers have been categorized by designers in to a style (or styles) in order to help you find what you are looking for. Popular styles are pictured below:

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Bulb Type

Bulb Type

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CFL bulbs are more and more frequently becoming the norm in the American household. With their long life span and bright shades CFL's are always a good option if you want a fixture that performs and saves you money every year.

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Halogen bulbs are known for their brightness and long life spans. Although these bulbs get quite hot they are a good solution if you are looking for ample amounts of light.

Incandescent or Fluorescent
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We have combined all the fixtures that can use either a CFL or a standard incandescent bulb into one simple location so you can choose whether you would like a more traditional setup or an energy saving CFL configuration.

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Much like their halogen counterparts, Xenon / Krypton bulbs are extremely bright with long lifespans that will use a Xenon or Krypton gas instead of a halogen filament inside the bulb.


How large is your space?

  1. Measure the width of the space you want to cover (in feet)
  2. Measure the length of the space you want to cover (in feet)
  3. Add width and length. This is the width of the chandelier you need in inches.

Width is measured from the furthest left point of the chandelier, to the furthest right point.


Over a table or for an entire room?

  • Your chandelier should be 24 inches to 36 inches above a table.
  • For an entire room, make sure you have at least 8 feet above the floor from the bottom of the chandelier.

Height is measured from the lowest point of the chandelier to the top of the actual fixture. Chain length is not included and additional chain can be purchased with almost every chandelier.


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  • × Shipping Rates & Methods

    The cost to ship items varies by item, shipment and shipping option.

    Free Ground Shipping on Orders Over $49 *

    Standard ground shipping transit time is 5-7 business days.

    Free Freight Shipping on Orders Over $1500 *

    Curb side delivery (also called freight or "LTL" shipping) is reserved for large, heavy, or oversized items like chandeliers, bathtubs, shower doors, etc. Items are palletized and loaded onto a large truck for shipment, and delivered to your curb by scheduled appointment. Transit time is 7-10 business days.

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