Add a glamorous 1920s-style chandelier to your home to add a beautiful centerpiece to your dining room or lounge. Our. . . View More
Add a glamorous 1920s-style chandelier to your home to add a beautiful centerpiece to your dining room or lounge. Our art deco chandeliers feature the geometric patterns and the polished chrome finishes that were so influential throughout the 1920s and 1930s.
Art Deco Designs
Multiple Arm Chandeliers
At Tiffany Lighting Direct, we have a range of chandeliers for smaller rooms, as well as larger, more extravagant chandeliers for larger rooms with higher ceilings. We have a selection of lights with multiple arms, including:
3 Arm Chandeliers
4 Arm Chandeliers
5 Arm Chandeliers
6 Arm Chandeliers
9 Arm Chandeliers
12 Arm Chandeliers
15 Arm Chandeliers
Art Deco & Modernist Designers
There were many well-regarded early 20th-century designers that produced influential art deco lighting designs, such as Franta Anyz, the Daum brothers, René Lalique, and Jean Perzel. All of these designers have since inspired modern lighting companies to reproduce these lighting designs.
Modern Lighting companies such as Interiors 1900 have produced a range of traditional and timeless lighting designs from the early 1900s. This includes our range of art deco-era chandeliers.
Art Deco Chandelier Finishes
Brass & Bronze
For the Victorian period designers and even today’s manufacturers, brass is an extremely popular metal to use in furnishings and lighting, due to its durability, resistance to corrosion, and ability to easily worked into complex designs.
We have a huge variety of brass chandeliers that replicate the look and feel of an antique ceiling light.
Chrome & Nickel
Despite brass and gold being an ever-present popular finish, the art deco movement also popularised interior designs using chrome and glass. In the mid-1920s, chrome plating took off thanks to its shiny silver appearance and durability.
Most of our art deco-style chandeliers feature glass shades with frosted glass. Our chandeliers also come in downlighters and uplighters, depending on whether you prefer the light to be cast on the floor, or spread across the ceiling.