Whether it’s a beach house or landlocked flat that needs its luminescent crown, OBX will have a coastal chandelier for you to fall in love with. Choose from an array of styles, ranging from natural luster to under the sea elegance. You’ll truly feel like a spoiled mermaid when you claim one of our amazing nautical chandelier creations!
Adara Chandelier
Alberto Orb Chandelier
Allusion Chandelier
Axel Orb Chandelier
Beachhouse Chandelier
Beesthorpe Lantern
Bevilacqua Chandelier
Bonfire Chandelier
Boulevard Chandelier
Carasel Chandelier
Chanteuse Chandelier
Chanteuse Petit Chandelier
Cleo Chandelier
Colwyn Chandelier
Dauphin Chandelier, Small
Derrymore Chandelier
Devon Chandelier
Dove Chandelier
Driftwood Orb Chandelier
Durango Chandelier
Eclipse Chandelier
Elizabeth Chandelier
Flamingo Chandelier
Geoffrey Chandelier
Grayson Ceiling Lantern
Grayson Lantern
Greyledge Chandelier
Hedy Chandelier
Hedy Chandelier - Cream
Hollace Chandelier
La Mer Chandelier
La Mer Wall Sconce
Lana Chandelier, Apricot
Lana Chandelier, Gray
Lana Wall Sconce, Cream
Lawrence Chandelier
Loulou Chandelier
Maharani Chandelier
Maharani Chandelier, Small
Palm Beach Chandelier, 6L
Palm Beach Lantern, 4L
Palomino Chandelier
Passage Lantern
Pastiche Orb Chandelier
Quantum Chandelier
Quintessa Chandelier
Salvage Lantern
Seasal Chandelier

How do I know the correct size of a chandelier for a dining table?
A general guideline is to choose a chandelier that has a diameter equal to one-half the width of the table. The general appearance of the chandelier must be taken into account, too; that is, if it is a light airy piece it may be slightly larger than the standard.

How low should a chandelier be hung over a dining table?
Generally there should be 30" between the bottom of the chandelier and the top of the table in a room with an 8' ceiling. If the ceiling is higher, the distance between the bottom of the fixture and the table should increase slightly. Remember that the chandelier should provide light for the table, but not be so low as to block anyone's line of vision when they are sitting at the table.

What guidelines should I follow in choosing a chandelier for a foyer or other room?
Add the room dimensions together. If the room is 14' by 16', add 14 + 16. The answer is 30, which means that your chandelier should be approximately 30" in diameter. Again, remember that other factors such as the height of the ceiling may influence the proper size.

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