Minka Lavery Chandeliers For Every Style of Decor
Whether you prefer classic or rustic, Minka Lavery offers a wide selection of unique designs to illuminate your space and elevate your home! We created a quick guide to finding the right Minka Lavery chandelier to pair with your decor.
Mid Century Modern
The refined lines, minimal ornamentation, and natural shapes of the mid-1900s led to some of the most iconic pieces in modern design. Contrasting materials had a big influence during the mid-century. Metal, glass, vinyl, and plywood were used alongside more traditional materials, such as wood. Color palettes ranged immensely, from neutral to bold palettes and often incorporating black and white graphics. Mid-century has made a comeback with the re-emergence of low-profile furniture and fixtures. Stay on trend with light fixture styles that suit, like the rounded Clarte Minka Lavery chandelier.
Industrial / Urban
There is a lot of variety when it comes to creating the industrial, urban chic room of your dreams. The elements of the turn-of-the-century industrial era include exposed steel and distressed wood, which are frequently complemented by brick walls and cement floors. To bring this look into the 21st century, add copper-tone accents or keep it authentic by choosing the steel Downtown Eidson Minka Lavery chandelier, complete with dramatically exposed bulb lighting for an authentic feel.
Nautical, sometimes referred to as coastal, decor transports you to a warm and relaxing New England Beach house. The style features a primarily white and sand colored foundation with navy blue as the primary accent color. You can have a lot of fun with decor such as rope, sailboats, maps, seashells, anchors, unfinished wood, and upholstery linen. An iron Raiden Minka Lavery chandelier will balance the room and keep it from coming off as overly themed.
Farmhouse decor is similar to nautical decor because the base-palettes center around white and beige, and they also include distressed wood and linen. However, the interior emulates a French Provence cabin instead of a seaside escape. Natural and rustic elements, like lavender and metal buckets, define the romantic style and can be found throughout the space. Traditional accent colors are light yellow and turquoise, but don’t shy away from bold color schemes. A single or two-tiered Minka Lavery bronze chandelier from the 1730 series with frosted glass adds the perfect dramatic flair to tie it all together.
A truly romantic approach, the neoclassical aesthetic combines luxurious and extravagant finishes with an elegant and charming atmosphere. The colors are similar to that of the Farmhouse: a combination of mild creams, grays, blues, yellows, and green should fill a majority of the room. Black, red, gold, and silver are used in small patches, as well as floral wallpaper. Urns, jugs, large mirrors, flowers, marble, silk, velvet, and moldings emphasizes the dark wood furniture. When it comes to achieving a neoclassic space, choose from a variety of ornate and intricate Minka Lavery chandeliers from the Court or Salon Grand collections.
No matter what your style of choice is, there’s a Minka Lavery Chandelier (http://blog.crescentharbor.com/minka-lavery-chandeliers/) that is waiting to enhance the beauty and décor of your space. Visit Crescent Harbor online today to see our full selection of the light fixtures that will work best in your home.