10 Mini Chandeliers That Make a Big Statement in Any Small Space

updated Feb 21, 2024
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Chandeliers are the kind of decor showstoppers that have the power to guide a room’s design. They’re statement makers that draw the eye up and can take any space from just meh to ahh-worthy. However, all those details can take up valuable space, especially homes with low ceilings.

But fear not, small space dwellers, you can have your chandelier and hang it, too. Enter: mini chandeliers. They might be on a small scale, but they can still bring all the drama and ambient light that you’re looking for. Ahead, 10 of our favorite mini chandeliers, no matter your style or budget.

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Nathan James
was $129.99

This shaded chandelier option from editor-favorite Nathan James can easily accommodate ceilings of all heights. There are three colorways to choose from, but all feature vintage brass that provides contrast and just the right amount of glam. Also, each of the individual shades can be angled up or down so you can direct the flow of the light.

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For an elevated boho vibe, try this dimmable beaded chandelier. Even though it's meant for teens, the chandelier works just as well for adults whether it's styled in the living room or home office. It measures just under 20 inches in diameter and the chain is adjustable from 25 to 61 inches.

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It's the combination of the brushed brass metal and crystal that give this 3-light chandelier a glam vibe that looks way more expensive than $200. Shoppers say installation is easy and the adjustable link chain can be lengthed up to 40 inches to accommodate ceilings of all heights.

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West Elm

For something a bit more modern, West Elm has the perfect option. This chandelier has "swoop" or curved arms topped off with mini light bulbs, and is available in a 25- or 30-inch diameter to fit your space. This would look great anywhere in your home, but especially over a dining area.

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was $35.99

A low ceiling isn't a problem with this structural chandelier that measures just eight inches tall. Another standout feature is the six lamp arms, which can be adjusted and even rotated 360 degrees horizontally. The price is so wallet-friendly, you might even be tempted to buy more than one.

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Pottery Barn

Another modern take on a chandelier is this metal mini chandelier from Pottery Barn. It features three steel shades with a choice of brushed nickel or satin bronze. The shades are connected to the steel structure via a textured cord, so it's the perfect mix of industrial and modern.

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Studio McGee's 4-arm chandelier features neutral tones, but it's far from boring. The black metal finish anchors four white shades while the curved arms add visual interest. The mini chandelier measures just 26 inches in diameter and has a 6-inch hanging cord.

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was $117.00

There's no shortage of light with this Wayfair mini chandelier that has an impressive six light bulbs. The starburst design is attached to an adjustable, 60-inch long chain. Also, this chandelier is easily compatible with sloped ceilings.

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This lighting option from Anthropologie combines the best of a modern chandelier and a floor lamp. The curved, brushed brass arms are topped off with light bulbs and the entire chandelier is covered under a moss green shade. The chandelier measures 35 inches in diameter and the matching metal chain is 36 inches long.

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Pottery Barn

This round chandelier looks like it could easily be a centerpiece in a high end boutique. So why not create your own boutique-feel in the comfort of your home? The design features layers of tear and rain-drop shaped crystals for drama, but they won't overwhelm spaces with low ceilings. The crystals and vintage brass finish combine modern and traditional harmoniously.

A version of this story was first published on May 3, 2019 by Katie Holdefehr.