This post was most recently updated on February 24th, 2020
Hello friends! I’ve got cottage chandeliers on the brain these days! I’m so excited to finally have a reason to buy this style of lighting for our new cottage which we are in the process of building. I’ve recently spent hours online searching for pretty cottage chandeliers.
After lots of drooling and ogling, I’ve finally settled on using dark bronze/iron fixtures, some mixed with sisal and wood. My next step is to look more closely at our cottage floor plan, and decide where I could hang some of these beauties.
In the meantime, I thought I’d share my short list of 10 pretty cottage chandeliers with you. If you are in the market for this style of lighting like me, I think these are worth a peek . You can find the online sources that match each numbered chandelier, just below.
Cottage Chandeliers: Sources
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- Candle-Syle, Rope-Trimmed Barrel Cottage Chandelier
- White-Washed Wood, Wine Barrel Cottage Chandelier
- 6-Light Candle-Style Kitchen Island Cottage Pendant Light
- 8-Light Candle-Style, Rope-Trimmed Cottage Chandelier
- 6-Light Candle-Style Iron Chandelier
- Wooden Sphere 4-Light Cottage Chandelier
- White, Distressed 4-Light Cottage Chandelier
- Rope-Trimmed, 3-Light Sphere Cottage Chandelier
- 8-Light Round, Candle-Style Cottage Chandelier
- Drum Shade, 5 Light Cottage Chandelier
Oh my, too much gorgeousness! Aren’t these cottage chandeliers lovely? Decision, decisions!
I’ve already ordered #2 on the list. I’m thinking it will probably go over our dining table. The warmth of the wood will look great against a backdrop of white shiplap and subway tile that I have planned for the kitchen.
If you love cottage chandeliers as much as I do, I’ll also be sharing my short lists of cottage-style pendants and cottage-style outdoor lighting soon too. Until then, I hope you are enjoying these warmer days.
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