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Best Farmhouse Kitchen Chandeliers (Reviews/Ratings/Prices)

Susan Burke  |  February 22, 2016  |  3 Min. Read

Lighting  |  Kitchen Lighting  |  Farmhouse

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Farmhouse style has been catching on big time. The style is comfy and vintage, I love the rustic but homey, welcoming feeling of the rooms. In our hectic stressful lives there is nothing better than coming home to a warm cozy setting.

We will look at the Farmhouse style and then look at a few fixtures.

Farmhouse Style

Farmhouse style is a simple, unpretentious look based on you guessed it, the farm. You would usually see an informal welcoming area (the farmer's porch). In terms of style, white cabinets are the dominant look in the kitchen along with wood tables and of course the apron front or farmer sink.

It is a rustic look with simple touches. Farmhouse is not about formality, so a crystal light probably would not be appropriate. Consider a more basic type of light.

Following a few chandelier suggestions for your Farmhouse kitchen.

Best Farmhouse Style Chandeliers

"Solaris" by Crystorama - $398

"Solaris" by Crystorama farmhouse chandeliers

The orb is a very popular style and is an easy transition between modern and farmhouse.

"Eugene" by Visual Comfort - $475

"Eugene" by Visual Comfort

A metal finish is another option to achieve the look. Using brass or copper gives you a warm, welcoming feeling.

"Trademark" by Currey and Co. - $810

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Trademark by Currey and Co. farmhouse chandeliers

This chandelier from Curry and Co. is very traditional and the dark finish goes well with a farmhouse style table.

"Honore" by Visual Comfort - $1,007

Honore Visual Comfort farmhouse lighting

This large lantern brings a big farmhouse touch to this cozy dining room.

"Middlefield" by Hinkley - $1,239

Middlefield by Hinkley farmhouse lighting

The wood in this chandelier completes the farmhouse look along with the ubiquitous farm style wooden table.

"Seymor" by Visual Comfort  - $1,520

Seymor by Visual Comfort farmhouse chandeliers

"Brindille" by Hubbardton Forge - $1,925

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I saved the best for last. Hubbardton Forge is one of my favorites. Their designs compliment any style from contemporary to farmhouse. This fixture has a shade and simple metallic elements.

Final Thoughts

Farmhouse style has become popular because of the homey, yet chic feel it brings to the room. Keep it simple and realize that decorative lighting is based on your personal preferences.

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Susan Burke

Susan Burke is a Lighting and Plumbing Sales Consultant at Yale Appliance + Lighting. Susan takes extreme pride in providing the best customer service anywhere. In her spare time she enjoys volunteering in charity walks and spending time with her 3 grandsons.

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