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4 Turquoise Chandeliers for a Dining Room

My entryway and dining room are both in need of new lighting fixtures, and I’m thinking one of the spaces is either going to get something in pink or turquoise. I’ve already shared some of my favorite pink lights, and today I thought I’d have a little fun with the blue ones.

How would you mix and match to put together a dining room from the pieces below?

Decorating a Dining Room with a Turquoise Chandelier

  1. Vetrai Teal and Clear Chandelier, Lmaps Plus

  2. Regina Andrew Bubbles Chandelier by Regina Andrew, Candelabra

  3. Sara Chandelier, Maison Luxe

  4. Wood Beaded Blue Chandelier, Target

  5. Apex Round Dining Room Table, Crate & Barrel

  6. Rogue Round Dining Table, Rejuvenation

  7. Mid-Century Upholstered Dining Chairs, West Elm

  8. Alfi High-Back Chair, Design Within Reach

  9. Muuto Nerd Dining Chair, YLiving

  10. Threshold Modern Dining Chair, Target

  11. Moonstone Rim Salad Plate, Tartine and Heath Ceramics

  12. Shell Bisque Dinner Plate in Blue, Canvas Home

  13. Ring Dish in Aegean Blue with Gold Rim, Suite One Studio

  14. Organic Shaped Blue Crackle Dinnerware, West Elm

  15. Marin Blue Dinner Plate, Crate & Barrel

These are my picks. I have to say, I’m a bit obsessed with that chandelier.

Dining Room with a Turquoise Chandelier

p.s. Those West elm chairs (#7) came in pink not too long ago! Lovely, lovely.

West Elm Pink Mid-Century Dining Chairs

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14 Comments

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    Alecia Ramsay
    March 9, 2016 at 3:11 pm

    Of course the one I like is $1k!

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      Making it Lovely
      March 10, 2016 at 12:30 pm

      At least it’s not $2500, like the one I’m in love with!

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    Celeste
    March 9, 2016 at 4:06 pm

    4,6, 10, and 11/15! I love that beaded chandelier… This is so fun!

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    Laura Rennie
    March 9, 2016 at 6:07 pm

    I chose all the same ones as you except for the plates. I’d go with the Marin by Crate and Barrel.

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    Ellen
    March 9, 2016 at 10:59 pm

    I’ve long loved that light fixture, too. I recall seeing it in Elle Decor some years ago in Sarah Jessica Pareker’s Hamptons dining room http://1cqgxm3l59yi2wwbnn3qy35h.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/Sarah-Jessica-Parker-Hamptons-dining-room.jpg

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    emily @ go haus go
    March 10, 2016 at 8:33 am

    Love the one you choose but that bubble one gives me all the feels. Are you sure you weren’t a chandelier or sconce in a past life? You always pick fun, unique options with tons of energy.

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    nancy50
    March 10, 2016 at 10:55 am

    I’d like you to do this in your dining room http://stylebyemilyhenderson.com/blog/lacquering-a-dining-table
    to help break up all the wood tones. Aren’t you glad a perfect stranger is weighing in on what you should do in your home?

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      Making it Lovely
      March 10, 2016 at 12:34 pm

      I remember when she posted that. I love the look, but a lacquered table and three kids is a recipe for disaster. Scratches and chips just waiting to happen.

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    The Sara Chandelier – Making it Lovely
    March 10, 2016 at 12:06 pm

    […] was one of four turquoise chandeliers in yesterday’s post, but I couldn’t stop thinking about it. It’s stunning — the […]

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    Feisty Harriet
    March 10, 2016 at 12:25 pm

    I’m gonna second the bubble one, for sure. (Although, I think the one you picked would probably fit better with your more recent Victorian-contemporary aesthetic).

    xox

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    Peggi
    March 11, 2016 at 5:51 am

    I definitely want the bubbles over my beautiful free-standing marble tub…the one I will have when I can also afford a fastidious housemaid wielding a delicate feather duster. Sigh. Also heart the Sara.

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    Alana
    March 16, 2016 at 3:19 pm

    I’m really digging the wood bead one. Out of curiosity, checked Creative Co-Op. They have it half price! Ooooh. Goals. :)

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