The Dining Room Chandelier Everyone Wants
Not one, not two, but three people on Openhaus are in love with the same dining room chandelier. It would make sense if their homes were all the same style, but they’re not. Let’s take a look inside their homes and see what makes the same product work in almost any environment.
For starters, the Amelia Wood Bead Chandelier is neutral, meaning it can blend with a wide range of colors. Although @chefkellycahoon's home is mainly white (just like the other two homes), it does have a few colors that really add some pop: blue, orange, and yellow. The chandelier beads neutralize the bold colors and add to the cute coastal ambiance seen around the home.
Bohemian and coastal are very similar, but bohemian tends to add a layer of trendy texture. Between the earthy woods, the weaved baskets, and the boho plants, you can feel a difference. While the chandelier matches the @chantefox's neutral color theme, its artistic nature brings some wow-factor to the room that would otherwise be absent with a basic light fixture. The chandelier is handcrafted and noticeably a high quality fixture. Because this room has minimalistic decor, a more hearty lighting piece helps to add volume.
In @tablefor5please’s home, the chandelier is truly the cherry on the pie. The traditional space is exquisite and thoughtfully pieced together as each element adds to the landscape. Notice, the chandelier perfectly ties in the dining room chairs, rug, and bench pillows - making it all feel very cohesive. While Susan's dining room has multiple colors that match her chandelier, that does not always need to be the case. Whether your home is neutral or color-filled, the Amelia Wood Bead Chandelier is a winning pick.