I’m rounding up the prettiest beaded chandeliers for all budgets!
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I tend to post on things I need for our home and then share the results with you. Check out my recent finds for drum pendants. This time around, it’s for Hannah. I’m in the market for a pretty beaded chandelier for her room.
When we moved into our builder home over a year ago, I painted her room pink. We put up pink rainbow decals. I got her a pink comforter. Oh, and I hung up some pink curtains. Unfortunately, she thinks she has a baby room now and wants to switch it all to purple. And I do think she has a point.
I love pink and I think it can work in rooms that aren’t just for babies. However, the way her room ultimately came together – it’s a little too pink. We need wood tones, warmth, and some texture.
Enter: a rustic beaded chandelier. This will be the perfect lighting for a more grown-up girls’ room. And it will literally “grow” with her. She can still come home from college and it won’t be babyish.
So, I’m rounding up the prettiest beaded chandeliers on the market today! BUT here’s a trick. Many of these chandeliers are the SAME chandelier across several stores. For those fixtures, I’m going to give you several links for shopping.
Are Beaded Chandeliers in Style?
YES. And I don’t see them going anywhere anytime soon.
And they work for a variety of styles. Do you love Scandi decor? Or Farmhouse? Or Boho? A beaded chandelier will complement almost all styles, and give your rooms some character, warmth, and texture.
Beaded Chandeliers come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and styles these days. The most common color is the wood beaded/natural ones, but I’ve seen clear glass beaded, and gray and black ones as well.
Can you make a beaded chandelier? Actually, yes. In fact, The House that Lars Built has a great tutorial for one.
The beaded chandeliers in this roundup are popular and at all price points. So happy shopping!
I featured this beaded chandelier in my home decor dupes post. This is a good knockoff for Pottery Barn’s Francesca Chandelier (also featured below). It’s under $200 and features jute-like detailing and a tassel. It has warm white beads but it also comes in gray!
Shop it at Wayfair Here. (tends to go out of stock here.)
Shop it at Overstock Here. (also tends to go out of stock here!)
This is another one that’s available in many places under different names. But it’s one of my favorites and a good budget-friendly option as well. There is also a beautiful black beaded option. Has a lot of great reviews, too!
This geometric-shaped chandelier from Joss and Main is one of my favorites on this list! It boasts 97 five-star reviews at the time I’m writing this. So, yes, it’s a good one. I love the shape, it’s not something you see everywhere. Please have a look at the customer photos. You really can’t go wrong – it’s stunning. And under $500.
This one is very unique and sold at a great price. If you are looking for a chandelier that’s not too see-through, then you will love this one. It has a candelabra fixture on the inside, but very dense beading on the outside. It has good reviews too!
A Pottery Barn Bestseller! I love this one because of the unique shape – more of a dome than a traditional chandelier. It’s 30 inches in diameter and features handwoven white beads. And it’s dimmable! That’s so important with these lights because they are dreamy, and you need to be able to dim them for even more dreaminess.
Another popular Pottery Barn choice! This one I’ve seen all over Instagram, so it’s a tried and true favorite. It’s almost 36 inches long – a big boy- so a perfect fit for over your dining room table or in a large, tall foyer.
This one is from Ballard Designs. If you are looking for clear glass beads, then this one is a good choice for you. It features a jute-wrapped crown with a tassel finial. It needs four bulbs so it will provide good lighting and buyers said this looks stunning all lit up at night.
A gorgeous, larger-than-life, hemp-wrapped, dimmable chandelier! It will command attention at 30 inches wide and 40 inches high. It has a candelabra fixture on the inside that takes four bulbs. Look close at the detail on the beading! It’s truly a piece of art. Crafted in the USA.
Pottery Barn Kids! Because we need to shop here more often. It’s the same Pottery Barn quality, but cheaper. Not sure why, I don’t understand it. But I’ll take it. This is the one I’m eyeing up for Hannah. It’s so pretty and I love the cute size. It comes with a white chain but is also available as a flush mount! And I love the little tassel detail. Under $300!
This farmhouse chandelier is an affordable option. It has fewer beads, so definitely more of a see-through look to this chandelier. You will probably want to buy some Edison bulbs for a neater look. It features white distressed beads on a wood frame.
This one is a stunner!! It’s available for Preorder at the time I’m writing this, and while it’s one of the priciest ones on this list, you know are getting a quality and stylish fixture that will last for all time. Crafted of abaca rope and natural wood beads. It’s just so pretty!
This one reminds me of 1920s flapper fashion. It’s a bit pricey but it’s so gorgeous! You have three layers of tiered gray-ish washed bead layers. Kind of like a flapper dress, huh? This one is also dimmable and takes four bulbs. It’s 22 inches high which is pretty big! So definitely choose a larger space for it because it wants to command the room.
Here’s another budget-friendly jute-wrapped chandelier. This one is so warm looking – I love those natural wood beads and the way they drape from the top. It also comes in an ombre blue color. It’s very bohemian and so pretty. Under $400 makes it a steal.
This is a really popular one from Wayfair! It has 570 reviews with a 4.8-star rating. The nice thing about this chandelier is that it comes in a variety of finishes; bronze, whitewashed, white and brushed steel. It has wooden beads and features a candelabra-type fixture inside. You can put five bulbs in here! So definitely enough light, but it’s also dimmable for those cozy dinners. It tends to sell out so act quickly if you love it and it’s available.
Weird name. Really Cool Chandelier. And under $200! I love the wood accents and distressed beads on this. It has more of a square shape and takes four bulbs so it will give you a decent amount of light. Reviews are good and state that it looks stunning and was easy to assemble. Perfect for a foyer or over your kitchen table. It’s dimmable too!
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And that about wraps up this list. And just like all my other roundups, I go through them periodically to keep things and links up to date. But feel free to reach out if anything is ever amiss.
I’ll be sure to report back once I ordered that beaded chandelier for Hannah.