Vintage suspended chandeliers
Wide selection of vintage chandeliers
If you love the style of vintage furniture, the ideal to illuminate your home is definitely a vintage chandelier in metal, brass or decorated glass. Depending on the style of your home you can choose the perfect ceiling chandelier thanks to the wide variety of models available on our store. Find your style!
Furnish your home with vintage lamps
A very effective and also quite cheap solution to light your home is represented by vintage lamps. These pendant lamps are often characterised by glass diffusers that leave the light source, usually bulbous, in sight. They are perfect for those who love the style of vintage furniture but not only, creating a modern and retro atmosphere at the same time. On our catalogue, you will find many vintage lamp models so you can give an elegant retro touch to your home. The cable and the lampshade you choose will make the difference. A vintage chandelier is composed of a suspension cable, that can be made of copper, woven fabric, black or rubberised, and a lampshade that can be in metal and take the round or round circular shape, or in a glass.The result will always be a sober and refined light with warm and enveloping tones. The rough finishes, burnished, copper, brass, immediately catch the eye. Characterised by an ancient style, these lamps are perfect for illuminating rooms furnished in vintage or rustic style, both residential and commercial, such as taverns, shops and shops.
Vintage pendant lamps: the design of the past
The vintage style is now more and more popular, even in the furnishing sector. The history of pendant lamps is ancient and dates back to the Roman period. At that time, the lamps had a very simple structure, consisting only in a chain to hook it to the ceiling and the candle holders. In the Middle Ages and Renaissance, the chandeliers began to be considered for their decorating qualities. The production of chandeliers in precious materials such as blown glass designed to embellish the palaces of the rich begun. In the '30s, pendant lamps with a rounded shape were preferred, made of bronze, brass and glass; Starting in the 1950s, the interior design changed radically and the trend was to produce lamps with geometric shapes. An icon of the '50s was undoubtedly the double cone pendant lamp.
Particularly appreciated is the design of vintage 60s lamps. This is explained by the fact that in this period the design sector made great progress, with innovative ideas. The furniture and objects of the '60s have a very strong aesthetic impact, thanks to a wise use of materials and methods of decoration, such as lacquer. During these years, are also produced pendant lights with rounded and conical shapes. Some details were made of brass, copper or steel, left with the rough finish, while others were coloured. There were also chandeliers in pastel tones. In the 80s and 90s the design changed: instead of the rounded shapes, more complex sinuous and curled structures were preferred. Also with regard to the colours, no more colourful lights were produced, but with shiny and soft finishes, such as white, green or blue. Then there were the classic glass transparencies: natural or worked in such a way as to appear opaque, satin and coloured.
Currently, lighting brands such as Ideal Lux or Faro Barcelona create lamps inspired by the past. Objects of great style that become furnishing accessories to be displayed in their homes. Models of vintage chandeliers, or retro-style, which are appreciated for their great scenic effect are for example the pendant lamp with more lights Igor and Gretel, proposed by Ideal Lux and perfect for the kitchen or the dining room. The lamps with circular and flat lampshade are perfect both in domestic settings and inside public spaces, such as taverns, restaurants, pubs and shops. If you love the style of vintage furniture, browse our catalogue to choose the perfect pendant lamp for your rooms. Many models are available in stock at discounted prices.