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In your search for the best chandeliers for a room makeover, we invite you to take a look at this curated collection featuring the elegant Spanish chandelier. If you’re a fan of Spanish light fixtures or you’re just discovering this style, browsing this collection may spark some creative interior design ideas.

Spanish Dining Room Lighting

Vintage Spanish chandelier styles are admired for their expert use of wrought iron and ornate decorative design. Adding traditional Spanish style lighting to a dining room can transform it into an eloquent place to sit down for a good meal. Some designs are inspired by the medieval period and others have distinctive design features associated with different decades of the 20th century.

Vintage Revival Styles

Lighting fixture styles can surge in popularity, wane, and then surge again. This is what happened with the Spanish revival chandelier. During the roaring 1920s, Spanish style chandeliers made a comeback, and you can see their influence when browsing for vintage and modern chandeliers.

Questions & Answers

What are some popular spanish chandelier styles?
Popular spanish chandelier styles are Spanish, French, and Italian.
Which brand has the largest assortment of spanish chandeliers at Chairish?
Paul Ferrante is our most popular spanish chandelier brand, with less than 10 items in stock.
What are the shipping options for spanish chandeliers?
Spanish chandeliers can be shipped to you, and many can be picked up locally.
Do you carry metal spanish chandeliers?
Metal, glass, and brass are our most popular spanish chandelier material types.
What are some popular spanish chandelier brands?
We have spanish chandeliers from popular brands such as Paul Ferrante, Randy Esada Designs for Prospr, and Edward F. Caldwell & Co..