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Transform your space with a glass chandelier

Good lighting can really take your space to the next level – living room, kitchen or even the bathroom, there’s a place for a glass chandelier in every room. Trust us, whether you're working with a modern flat or doing up a spacious period house, you can really up the ante with the right lights. And if you're looking for a more traditional round light or something larger with an unusual shape, our range is bound to inspire you to add a little glitz and glamour.

Create a grand entrance with a glass chandelier

What better place for a grand statement than the entryway? And you don't even need a tall ceiling to install a modern glass chandelier. In a smaller space, a glass ceiling light can be just the touch of drama needed to elevate it, setting the scene for the rest of the house. While minimalist ceiling lights work well in busy rooms, a glass chandelier has a decorative presence that will instantly draw your eye upwards – as well as that of any guests to your home. You can make it all about the bling, with elegant extra-large cluster pendants, or opt for lower-key vibes with an opulent glass lamp shade.

Install impressive lighting somewhere unexpected

The living room's great, but have you considered installing a chandelier in your kitchen? A sculptural piece offsets the sleek lines of a contemporary layout, creating a truly unexpected design feature in your space. Consider an industrial-style fitting above your island or breakfast bar to anchor the area as the centre of the room. Alternatively, impress your friends and family with a colourful cluster pendant in the guest bedroom. It's ideal for even the smallest of spare rooms and perfect for making the space feel that extra bit special. Really want to cause a stir? A show-stopping chandelier is a sure-fire way to add some luxury to your bathroom. And yes, we did just say bathroom.

Give your dining space a brilliant update

If there’s one room in the house where you'd most expect to spot a chandelier, it’s the dining room – so it's worth trying something a bit different here. A multicoloured fixture, a cluster of glass orbs or a piece with mixed metals all make great conversation starters, and will bring a touch of glam to mealtimes too. If you have the space, why not hang a pair of matching chandeliers to double the impact? Keep the rest of the lighting in the space minimal with a pared-back table lamp to create the best possible statement.