Dining Room Lighting
Lighting is the magical ingredient that can make or break a space. Lighting is something so high impact and visually prominent that you can use it to achieve the style and look you are going for in your home. Because lighting is so important, having a dated fixture or a chandelier that you are just living with is not something I would recommend under any circumstances. If you need to update your dining room or kitchen table lighting take a look at some pieces from the Sarah Virginia Home lighting collection.
Here are some of my favorite light fixtures over dining and kitchen tables.
Wood Bead Chandelier
From the always sophisticated Regina Andrew this wood bead chandelier is high impact and one of her most loved chandeliers. Strands of driftwood beads are hung from this fixtures wrought iron frame putting a down to earth spin on a traditional chandelier.
European Farmhouse 10 Light Fixture
From the trending, European influenced collection of Gabby Home comes the Adele Chandelier. It has a two tiered distressed wood center and has 10 iron arms that provide plenty of light. Rustic wrought iron and wood create a traditional silhouette. Casual and elegant break even in this fixture making it perfect for a breakfast table or dine in kitchen. Get the look with the Adele Chandelier.
Aged Iron Cage Pendant
This rectangle light fixture was placed above the kitchen table in one of Southern Living's idea homes- so you know it's fabulous. This fixture is handmade out of aged iron by a family owned business in GA. It has interlocking circles creating a linear cage pendant perfect to compliment the shape of a rectangle dining table. One of my favorites! Get the look with the New Orleans Rectangle Pendant. It is also available in a greek key design
Gilded Lantern Chandelier
From Made Goods this hand gilded lantern has a classic and stunning presence. A dressed up version of the traditional lantern this fixture is perfect for dining rooms and especially looks great over a circle table. Place two over a rectangle dining table to make a statement. Get the look with the Vintage Brass Lantern.
Carved Wood and Glass Chandelier
This fixture is a stunningly fresh approach to your grandmother's crystal chandelier. Combining carved wood, polished glass beads and wrought iron materials Regina Andrew Designs brings us this European influenced chandelier to make a sophisticated statement. I love that it is formal but not fussy. Get the look with the Parisian Crystal Chandelier.
Aged Iron Orb Chandelier
Orb chandeliers are trending right now. I love this aged iron pendant above a dining table. Perfect for a rectangle or circle table this handmade metal orb fixture has a quiet but strong presence. Get the transitional dining room look with the Aged Iron Orb.
Caged Drum Lantern
Clean lines and neutral linen make this modern lantern an easy win for any dining space. Mix it with any style decor and easily create a sophisticated and updated look without overdoing it. A perfect light fixture for a dine in kitchen or breakfast area. Get the look with the Ellis Pendant from Worlds Away.
Rustic Orb Chandelier
This rustic orb chandelier is one our our most loved and most pinned light fixtures. It is perfect to add modern farmhouse charm to any eating area. It has a transitional silhouette and a rustic painted wood finish making this casual fixture up to date. Get the look with the Rustic Orb Chandelier.
Gold Leaf Drum Pendant
Interlocking metal finished in an antique gold is overlaid on a linen shade for a transitional & current feel in the Peterson Pendant. This geometric caged pendant is just the thing to add warmth to any eating area. I especially love it over a breakfast table. Get the look with the Peterson Pendant.
Vintage European Chandelier
Create a sophisticated European influenced dining room with this antique iron and wood chandelier. It is one of Regina Andrews newest fixtures. It's dressy but not too over the top. I love all of the details on the turned wood center column and the iron leaf embellishments on the arms. Gorgeous! Get the look with the Florence Chandelier.
Three Tiered Coco Bead Chandelier
The Patricia Chandelier from Made Goods is so gorgeous was featured in Atlanta Magazine. Delicate coco beads are woven together to make a fabric like material that lets light escape through its open weave. Truly a work of art, this handmade light fixture has a stunning presence. Get the look with the Patricia Chandelier.
Antique Wood and Iron Chandelier
This grand scale chandelier features a detailed carved wood center finial and delicate iron arms stretching in all directions. Iron and wood chandeliers are my favorite-what a great combination! I love how the large wood center acts as an anchor and focal point over a dining room table. Get the look with the Antique Carved Wood Chandelier.