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25 of the best Coastal Chandelier Ideas

Want to bring a beachy look to your home, whether or not it’s located on a body of water? Take a look at these 25 inspiring coastal chandelier ideas. You’ll learn how to bring a beachy vibe into any room by choosing the right fixture.

Incorporate Sea Glass

Deborah Bettcher at Decorating Den Interiors makes the coastal vibe look effortless in this elegant dining room interior. Sea glass green walls are echoed in the colors of a patterned rug. Textured chairs and a quirky, sculptural chandelier complete the look.

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Fish Finder

Grey Joyner Interiors used an easy formula to achieve a coastal look in this warm living room interior. Thoughtfully styled shelves feature nautical-themed elements, including fish prints. A modern rattan chandelier becomes a focal point in front of the fireplace.

Cozy Coastal

This coastal bedroom benefits from soft gray linens and off-white walls, plus warm wood ceilings. A brass chandelier works well with the four poster bed design and complements brass wall sconces. For maximum cozy effect, place a soft throw at the end of your bed.

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Establish a Focal Point

Jill Shevlin of Jill Shevlin Design created a whimsical dining area that features a neutral backdrop with pops of color and texture. A grouping of coastal-inspired modern art stands out on the wall. A textured two-tiered chandelier becomes a focal point in the space.

Mid Century Focus

This mid-century coastal interior benefits from coordinating mid century modern flush and semi-flush mount fixtures. They mitigate the lower ceiling while adding a bit of style. The corner fireplace becomes the focal point, so the fixtures remain neutral.

Go Low Profile

Kelly Taylor Interior Design keeps the focus on the views in this light and bright open living area. A coastal bowl chandelier directs light where its needed without interfering with sight lines. Natural light is all that’s needed during the day.

Layer Your Lighting

An open living/dining area calls for multiple fixtures. In this space a brass and black chandelier hangs above a circular dining table. The black accent works with the chairs and other details in the space. Beyond is a semi-flush ceiling fixture which also incorporates brass details.

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Cultivate a Vibe

Cultivating a coastal vibe involves a mix of strategies: add blue and white tones with some warm, sunny touches, incorporate texture and make sure there is plenty of natural light. This coastal orb chandelier is perfect for a coastal interior as it combines both blue tones and textures. It coordinates nicely with a sea glass blue table lamp.

Pink and Blue

Kristina Phillips Interior Design created an ultra feminine bedroom with coastal touches. Soft pink walls are complemented by touches of blue. A natural textured coastal drum chandelier forms a focal point in the space, combined with coastal-themed art.

Group Identical Pendants

This blue and gold themed spaced channels coastal vibes through the color palette and modern artwork. A grouping of rattan pendants hung at different heights ties together a cozy seating area. A touch of greenery further enhances the connection with nature.

Crystallizing It

This crystalline chandelier is light and bright within this beachfront house. Its circular form corresponds with the seating area and ottoman below. Recessed lighting picks up for general overhead illumination.

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Seashells by the Seashore

This stunning chandelier features a hand-painted metal finish offset organic, natural textured Capiz shells, which evokes the ease and glamour of live on the beach. Its tiered design is at once traditional and modern. This fixture would work in a variety of interiors, from above a dining table to a living room or even a bedroom.

Natural Elements

Pastel colors and brass accents lend a fun and feminine vibe to this dining area. Nature motifs emphasize a coastal feel, in the form of a floral-inspired chandelier and pineapple table base. A patterned rug ties the space together.

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Warm Welcome

Patricia Davis Brown Designs created an inviting entryway with a bright orange door and patterned rug. The lighting really steals the show, however. The intricate chandelier makes for a warm welcome, while two sculptural lamps adorn a console table.

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Traditional Coastal

Nadia Watts Interior Design created a traditional dining room with coastal touches. Pops of color and texture blend with natural elements in the form of potted plants and a plant-inspired pendant fixture. Traditional furnishings and trim give the space a timeless look.

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Focus on the Ceiling

This soothing bathroom retreat by Elizabeth Ryan Interiors is as calming as a day at the beach. The space is mostly white, but the ceiling where the design comes alive. A tray ceiling with wallpaper is showcased by a bathroom semi-flush fixture with an ornate design.

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Use Patterns

Kristina Phillips Interior Design used blue and white patterns to liven up this sunny interior. Patterned window treatments and upholstered seats in a similar pattern create a cheery feeling. A white pendant blends into the backdrop, allowing natural light and views to take center stage.

Curves Ahead

Soft, curving lines are a great choice for coastal-inspired interiors. This elegant room features wicker furniture that lends texture to the otherwise white space. A singular pendant ties the space together and adds a bit of whimsy.

Cascading Chandelier

This glamorous chandelier recalls cascading water and fits right in with a beachy interior. Cue the wood-slat walls and dark beams to round out the cozy feel. Blue and earth tone accents complete the beachy vibe.

Three's Company

These orb pendants evoke the easy going feel of being at the beach. Try grouping together a cluster of three or another odd number in varying sizes. This will help you adequately light your kitchen island or dining table and create a focal point for the space.

Blue Velvet

Kelly Designs used soft blue tones in this sophisticated dining space. Brass details, in the form of a circular chandelier and coordinating table lamps, provide consistency. Patterned drapes draw the eye up and make the space feel that much more grand.

Deep Blue

Nothing says coastal design like blue and white tones. This primarily white interior is focused on the beautiful waterfront view. A dark blue fringed pendant draws the depths of the blues inside and forms a fantastic focal point for the space.

Dripping with Crystals

This coastal-inspired fixture straddles traditional and modern designs. It features shaded lamps and crystals that suspend below. It works well in a laid-back, all-white interior with warm accents.

Like Feathers

Is it like shells or feathers? Either way this ethereal white fixture conjures the seashore. It looks right at home in this eclectic, beachy interior. Hints of color and bold patterns round out the this cozy space.

Smooth as Glass

This crystal chandelier recalls droplets of water or even smoothly worn seaglass. The style is simple and understated and blends well with a primarily white interior. A ceiling medallion gives its a traditional edge.

Now that you’ve read about 25 beachy coastal chandelier ideas, you’re ready to recreate the look in your own home. Whether you opt for a pendant, chandelier, lamp or other type of fixture, you can bring a calming, easy going feeling to your space. We hope these ideas have inspired you!


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