July 23, 2024

Silverleaf is a 2,000-acre community boasting friendly neighbors and modern amenities within the surreal McDowell Mountain Preserve. Homes for sale in Silverleaf are some of the most prestigious in the Phoenix Metro area, known for their luxury and elegance. And within these homes, nothing screams luxury more than a chandelier. Chandeliers symbolize modern elegance that immediately adds class to any dining room or hallway they are added to. As you plan your move to Silverleaf, consider the chandelier styles and which will work best for your new home. 

Candle Chandeliers

Classics are classics for a reason, and nothing is more traditional in the chandelier world than candle chandeliers. You will probably see this style in traditional homes you visit with the Silverleaf AZ real estate experts The Tackett Team, as it is often associated with old-world charm. Featuring at least five extensions, this chandelier is characterized by candle-like lights in the rustic style. They are an excellent option for the dining room, offering a simple, stripped-down but elegant look. Note, however, that they do not use real candles for obvious reasons. 

Antler Chandeliers

If you love the outdoors and nature, you will enjoy antler chandeliers. However, it is essential to note that this style does not mesh with many contemporary décor styles and will often only work in a country, rustic, or traditional setup. Although they are not real antlers, they may also be off-putting to some guests to avoid the kitchen and dining room. Pick antler chandeliers when you want a down-to-earth look and live in a country-style home. These work best in a game room or living room.  

Bowl Chandeliers

Named for their shape, bowl chandeliers are simplistic in their design. The fixture usually resembles a bowl, with the light inside the “bowl” and much of the illumination directed at the ceiling. The bowl will usually emit a soft ambient light, and some designs have holes in interesting shapes through which light can seep throughout the room. The resultant light effect is tasteful, low, ambient, understated, and moody. This makes this type a great option for the den or bedroom.   

Tiered Chandeliers

Tiered chandeliers are known for their ornate designs. While available in a wide range of styles, all chandeliers in this style have extra arms and multiple layers. Think 18th century ballrooms. The grand design of tiered chandeliers means they are usually taller and grander than other styles on this list. Perfect examples include the staircase and raindrop chandeliers. Because of this, this type is best suited to large, spacious rooms with high ceilings, specifically living rooms, dining rooms, and entryways.

Transitional Chandeliers

Like the transitional décor style, transitional chandeliers combine modern elegance with old-world charm. They are often rustic and elegant, blending well with any style. Place transitional chandeliers in entryways and dining rooms, but avoid bedrooms. 

Explore Silverleaf Homes for Sale with Darren Tackett

Chandeliers and interior designs are the most exciting step of the moving process. But before you get to the good part, you must navigate the complicated home-buying process. Luckily, you do not have to do it alone. Contact Silverleaf real estate expert Darren Tackett today to discuss what you would like in a Silverleaf home.