If you love all things opulent, then crystal ceiling lighting may be the perfect choice for you. Due to the huge variety of designs now available, these traditional fittings are still very much in vogue. From Marie Therese, to candelabra, to chandeliers with barley twist arms, there is now a crystal design to suit every taste and style preference.
Crystal lights are no longer limited to huge hallways or large rooms with high ceilings, there is a large range crystal pendant lighting available that is perfectly suited to even the smallest of rooms in your home.
Crystal Chandeliers and Crystal Ceiling Lights
Giving the traditional design a contemporary twist, our sleek and modern flush crystal fittings will make a real style-statement. If you prefer the classic look, our resplendent cascading waterfalls and glamorous pendant style lights will give your home a glamorous uplift.
When combined with clear light bulbs, the delicate crystal beads produce a dazzling visual effect that is guaranteed to turn heads. We also offer clear and opal money-saving LED bulbs, helping you to save money on your electricity bills and ongoing replacement bulb costs. As stylish as they are versatile, these luxurious lights command attention and can enhance the interior of any room, whether it’s a bedroom, dining room or hallway. A popular choice among the style-conscious homeowner, the crystal chandelier exudes sophisticated class and will disperse light elegantly around the room.
Contrary to popular belief, you don't have to spend a fortune to obtain a high quality crystal light. Here at The Lighting Superstore, we offer a wide variety of expertly crafted crystal ceiling lights to suit a variety of budgets. Our chandeliers come in a range of finishes, including polished chrome, bronze, satin nickel and gold. Whatever your lighting needs, we’ll have something to suit you.
A lot of high quality crystal is referred to as lead crystal. To greater the content of lead the higher the quality and the greater the sparkle produced by the reflected light. Crystal has to have a lead content of greater than 23% to be classed as lead Crystal. The upper limit tends to be 35% as this is generally considered to be the point were it produces the greatest possible sparkle. The visual effect of the lead content can be seen as a rainbow sparkle and is most visible when clear light bulbs are used.