Art Deco Cylindrical Eight-Lamp Chandelier

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Tubular light fixtures are charming in that they often resemble candles. Depending on the style of the fixture, some require a high ceiling to fit in properly. In the right room, these lamps not only provide lighting but also fill up space in a good way. And, they’re relatively easy to clean! 🙂

3D Visualization

This 8-lamp chandelier has milky white tubular lamp fixtures with black metal holders. The lower part of this lighting fixture is based on a bedroom photo I saw in the August 2010 issue of Architectural Digest.

Art Deco Eight-Lamp Chandelier

Art Deco Eight-Lamp Chandelier

The top wasn’t shown so I gave it a round canopy and a body dish with inverted Hershey’s Kisses-like bolts. The metal plating is brushed copper.

Here in this Art Deco bedroom I turned the chandelier into a shortened, black metal version.

3D visualization of chandelier in an Art Deco-style hotel room

3D visualization of chandelier in an Art Deco-style hotel room

I gave it a chrome-plated canopy, to match the chrome accents of the Art Deco bed, rosewood desk, and U-shaped table in the room.

The look is simple and so versatile it can fit in any modern home.

Real World Inspiration

Designer Jean-Louis Deniot knew exactly what to do with a bedroom with a high ceiling.

Residence in New Delhi

Residence in New Delhi. Interior design by Jean-Louis Deniot. Photo: Robert McLeod. Courtesy of Architectural Digest

The chandelier with tubular lamps adds warmth to the room and balances out the soaring ceiling. I love how the lighting fixtures blend perfectly with the beige-and-black theme of the room.

Get the Look

Here are some chandeliers with cylindrical shades.

Progress Lighting P4459-09 5-Light Alexa Chandelier, Brushed Nickel

Isn’t the Progress Lighting P4459-09 5-Light Alexa Chandelier in Brushed Nickel a simple and elegant beauty? I love how the white linen finished glass is complemented with a crisp, clear edge accent strip on top. The Brushed Nickel finish is lovely. This pieces is sold by and ships from

 Justice Design Group ALR-8754-10-MBLK Matte Black Chandelier from the Alabaster Rocks! Collection

This is the Justice Design Group ALR-8754-10-MBLK Matte Black Alabaster Rocks Chandelier from the Alabaster Rocks! Collection. The cylindrical shades are made of shaved alabaster rocks cast into resin. You can choose from Brushed Nickel, Matte Black or Dark Bronze for the finish. This piece is sold by Discount Lighting Sale.

Cortona Chandelier by Dolan Designs

The six cylindrical shades of the Cortona Chandelier by Dolan Designs are made out of carmelized glass. They are mounted from a series of vertically-oriented pipes that comprise the frame: a beautiful mid-century design. The finish is a not-too-warm, not-too-cool, just-right Vista. I love the brushed textures of this fixture. It is sold by Lumens.

Cordillera Chandelier by Hinkley Lighting

With its Light Scavo glass shades, ceiling canopy and rustic iron finish, the Cordillera Chandelier by Hinkley Lighting has a timeless appeal. The strong squared linear supports and subtle rounded pillar lights make it blend well with a range of interior styles. Available from Lumens.

Related Links

Inspiring Art Deco Hotels and Homes Around the Globe – a selection of beautiful Art Deco rooms.

External Links to Sources

Architectural Digest: Deco Deluxe – source of the bedroom in New Delhi photo.

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