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Transitional Chandeliers

Design Tips:

  • Use a transitional chandelier in a room with a mix of design styles. The transitional style will help pull together the other styles.
  • Hang a small transitional chandelier in a hallway to add a burst of style to the small space. Bathrooms and powder rooms are perfect places for small chandeliers.
  • When selecting a chandelier for a smaller space, pay attention to the overall height of the chandelier as well as the number of lamps. Size and scale are important for small spaces.
Chandeliers are the quintessential ceiling light. Dating back centuries, the chandelier has illuminated homes, churches and professional buildings. Large or small, chandeliers become the focal point of any space they occupy. Transitional chandeliers blurr the lines between classic and modern chandeliers. These chameleons of design can fit in with any style. Hang a transitional chandelier in a foyer, living room, dining room, bedroom or bathroom. Mix them into contemporary or traditional rooms to bridge the design gap between old and new designs.


Transitional chandeliers come in many materials, styles and sizes. A small two lamp chandelier in silvery nickel works in a small space while a grand ten, twelve or fifteen lamp bronze chandelier with individual fabric shades is right at home in a grand foyer. Transitional chandeliers blend the design styles and materials of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary ingenuity to create a unique style that fits today's lifestyle. Bronze, chrome, nickel and steel are common materials for transitional chandeliers. Glass or fabric shades diffuse light on the lamps, creating a soft light.


Transitional chandeliers can be found in boutique hotels, contemporary restaurants and more traditional homes--and everything in between. Look for these stylish lighting options throughout the home. Chandeliers are beautiful ways to create ambient lighting with a ceiling fixture in a space grand or intimate. The versatility of transitional chandeliers is what makes them one of the most popular lighting choices.


At Arcadian Home, transitional chandeliers can be found by such leading designers as: Capital Lighting, Designers Fountain, Kichler Lighting, Progress Lighting, Sea Gull Lighting and many others. For additional ceiling lights, browse our wide selection of ceiling fixtures.

Transitional chandeliers are the chameleons of the design world because they can work with some many design and interior styles. The transitional chandelier in this dining room seamlessly blends with both the Spanish architecture and the casual rattan dining room chairs. Melding both traditional and modern elements, transitional style lighting pulls together different design pieces into a single cohesive look.
When shopping for a transitional chandelier look for colors and shapes that work with the colors and designs of the room where it will go. If using a transitional chandelier in a dining room, make sure it coordinates with your dining room furniture, wall color and floor treatments. Chandeliers become focal points in whatever space they occupy. Make sure the chandelier, whether it be transitional or classic, is a beautiful addition to the space.
Transitional chandeliers and wall sconces come in many finishes including bronze, chrome, nickel and steel. Some chandeliers have glass globes or fabric shades. The transitional chandelier in this dining room adds dynamic energy with its swirling lines, but keeps things simple with clean lines.

Q & A of the Day

  • Does this item PG-P4008 work with a dimmer switch?
    Chris Jul 30, 2013
    Yes, Item Progress Lighting Five-Light Transitional Chandelier - PG-P4008 does work with a dimmer switch.
    Chris P. Jul 30, 2013

New Customer Review

Great find!

The instructions to assemble were clear and simple. I love how the chandelier looks along with being light weight. You get the expensive look without the delicate glass and heaviness.
, Jun 18, 2013

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