Chandeliers add charm and style to our homes. From among many varieties of chandeliers, wrought iron chandeliers are considered to be classic. Wrought iron chandeliers are basically no-frills, no-fuss affairs. Wrought iron chandeliers have an archaic feel to them. As such they do not synchronize well with the futuristic- looking furniture types. And yet, with their in-your-face starkness, they blend in rather well with minimalist-looking furniture styles, which is actually a fairly recent development. Because of their robust look, wrought iron chandeliers also fit in well with the decor of a salon in a Western town or a ranch house. Wrought iron chandeliers come in a variety of shapes and styles, but the main varieties are ring, lantern, armed and famed types.
Some types of iron chandeliers have a basic framework made from metal, featuring hanging bulbs or pendant lights in sequence, within the frame. This style of fixture is commonly seen raised above dining tables in a countrified setting. Other popular designs have metal rings connected to chains, and these rings may have small bulbs on the rings, or larger bulbs on the outside. Finally. wrought iron chandeliers are objects of beauty, and they can be used to give any room or home a feeling of elegance. Neglected rooms can be transformed with the light they project and the ambiance they create.