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Statement-Making Chandeliers

Traditional, crystal, candelabra, shaded, vintage inspired, contemporary. No matter what style of chandelier you’re looking for, at Pagazzi we pride ourselves on our fabulous collection of statement-making chandelier lights including our exquisite pieces from our own exclusive Pagazzi range, all at incredible prices and with next working day delivery.
The addition of a stunning chandelier or crystal ceiling light instantly lends your home an air of opulence and sophistication. Nothing elevates your interiors and dresses your room to impress more than a classic chandelier from our carefully curated collection. And if traditional isn’t your thing, we’ve got plenty of glamorous modern alternatives available in the form of sputnik and globe styles, to name but two.


How to select a chandelier
From bedrooms to living rooms to dining rooms, a well-chosen chandelier will work in any room of the home, but there are a few important things to remember. If you’re choosing a chandelier light for your kitchen, we recommend not placing your light over a heated area such as a hob as this may cause damage. Chandeliers are becoming increasing popular in bathrooms, but fittings must be IP44 rated, so do ensure that your chandelier is bathroom safe before purchasing.
Here are the top factors to consider when making your purchase:

Ceiling height
Area of home and room size
Shape and style of the chandelier
Furniture underneath and surrounding area

To select the perfect sized chandelier for your room, multiply the height of the ceiling by 2.5 or 3, which will give you the ideal height in inches of the chandelier. When hanging your chandelier, ensure that the light is at least 2.5 feet from the surface of the table or island top underneath.
A chandelier is a statement piece and as such will often be the focal point of your room. Placing chandeliers near windows and mirrors will add extra shimmer, while a room with minimal natural light will result in a warmer glow.
Show-stopping multi-tier lights are an impressive addition to wedding venues and hotel foyers alike.
How to hang a chandelier
We recommend getting a qualified electrician to install your new light fitting. Many of our chandeliers are adjustable upon installation, your electrician will be able to advise and adjust accordingly.

How to clean your chandelier
We recommend cleaning your chandelier annually in order to maintain the original sparkle. As chandeliers are often fragile and delicate, they can be prone to damage if not cleaned properly so we’ve put together a few tips here:

Use a feather duster or muslin cloth to gently remove any dust
We don’t advise using water or cleaning products as this may remove or damage the protective coating
Crystal cleaner can be used, however please check that it is safe to use with your fitting before applying
Replace light bulbs as needed and if energy-efficient LED light bulbs can be used with your fitting we recommend opting for this style
Ensure the floor below the light is protected as dust may fall during cleaning