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10 Beautiful Wooden Dining Room Chandeliers

unique wooden chandelier

Dining room chandeliers are known for their elegance. For centuries these light fixtures have been used as symbols of class and luxury. These lavish light fixtures are usually the most important part of the dining room, and they often steal the show. However, while crystal chandeliers seem to be the most popular option, they certainly aren’t the only one. Wood can also make a great choice for your dining room chandelier. Available in different colors and types, wood can be flexible and versatile. When some people hear wood, they immediately think rustic, but wood has much more to offer. It can be elegant and sleek as well. Whether you’re going for a class look or something a little more contemporary, wood is great for blending in with any type of look. On top of that, wood chandeliers can come in some very cool designs that aren’t options for crystal chandeliers. Since the dining room is the place you usually show off to your guests and serve important holiday meals, it’s important that it has a look that you can be proud of. If you’re thinking of remodeling your dining room, or simply want to get an idea of the options that are out there, today is your lucky day. Check out these 10 beautiful wooden dining room chandeliers.

dining room with two wooden chandeliers

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rope wooden chandelier

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beautiful simple wooden chandelier

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DIY wooden chandelier

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cool modern wooden chandelier

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chandelier made out of wooden pallets

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creative modern wooden chandelier

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wooden bead chandelier

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beautiful wooden chandelier

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wooden beaded chandelier design

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Written by Camille Moore

Camille has a master's degree from Saint Joseph University's Writing Studies program. Her writing has been published on several websites, and she enjoys writing articles and short stories in her spare time. You can follow Camille on Twitter @CamealAshley.