Top 40 Christmas Chandelier Decoration Ideas

While decorating for Christmas, people often forget to pay attention to ceilings. More often than not, the ceilings are left as they are. But we won’t let you repeat the same thing this year again. For those who are ignorant, a chandelier is the best way to add sparkle and pizzazz to your décor without taking any extra space.

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It’s very easy to dress up your chandelier for the Christmas. The best thing is that even if you don’t have a chandelier, you can make one easily by just using the ornaments. Add some greenery, poinsettias, ribbons, or pinecones and you are set. Or just replace the regular bulbs with the colored ones to fill your house with a holiday glow! From casual to elegant, we’ve compiled 40 ways to dress up your chandelier for your holidays. Check them out!

  1. Chandelier Studded With Candy Cane:

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This lovely glass and steel chandelier is studded with white and red ornaments and candy canes. The cup-shaped lanterns are looking very cute.

  1. Elegance Personified:

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This is one of the coolest chandeliers we have come across. A metallic lampshade is hung from the ceiling and decorated with fun ornaments. Isn’t it cool!

  1. Bulbs And Ribbon On A Chandelier:

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Here’s a simple idea for you to follow this Christmas. There’s nothing extraordinary about this idea, yet it looks extremely pleasing. Most importantly, it’s frugal too!

  1. Red Christmas Chandelier:

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This is such a romantic idea for the newlyweds to follow! It would add a romantic touch to your holiday table. The white chandelier decorated with cranberries and red ornaments is definitely the highlight!

  1. Pretty In Purple:

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Here’s a lovely white chandelier, wrapped in pink tulle, with white and purple ornaments hanging from it. This decoration idea would be perfect for people following pastel décor.

  1. Cedar Wreath Chandelier:

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This cedar wreath chandelier is the best way to draw your guests to the buffet table. We loved the usage of wine colored satin bows for decorating the wreath.

  1. Sophisticated Chandelier:

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Don’t you think it’s a lovely idea to let the ornaments hang from the chandelier than the tree? Won’t it give a better display? If not better, at least on the same level!

  1. Twig Chandelier:

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Make a ribbon wreath and tie it from the ceiling using a bright colored ribbon. You can then decorate the wreath with berries, evergreen garland or whatever fits your theme.

  1. Reinvent The Chandelier:

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In this picture, an ancient chandelier is decorated with silver ornaments hung with ribbons of varying lengths.

  1. Forego The Tree:

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If you have a small space and need some light, then forego a traditional Christmas tree and opt for this lovely chandelier. Here’s a DIY of the same.

  1. Floral Chandelier:

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Here’s a beautiful chandelier decorated with berries and flowers. It will go very well with the Christmas theme.

  1. Cute Christmas Chandelier:

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This one is absolutely adorable. It’s simple, quirky and has the right amount of color. We loved the cute, beaded star used here.

  1. Candy Cane Chandelier:

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Candy canes don’t just taste beautiful, but make a lovely decorative statement too! Besides, it’s a lovely way to bring playfulness in your house. We’ve included the link to the DIY too!

  1. Lovely Handmade Chandelier:

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We absolutely love this glass chandelier decorated with glittering sequins. Would you believe if we say that you can make this pretty chandelier at home? What’s even more surprising is that you don’t even have to shell a lot of money for this decorative item!

  1. Purple And Gold:

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This chandelier is made by grouping the yarn ornaments together and then hanging from the ceiling. Add some ribbon, twine or string for an added effect.

  1. Yarn Ornaments:

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This is one of the least expensive chandeliers you can make in your house. Take a tree branch and hang some yarn and silver ornaments from it.

  1. Beaded Chandelier:

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Here’s another DIY chandelier for you to make this Christmas. It looks stunning, and will look even more you light it up.

  1. Evergreen Chandelier:

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We absolutely love this evergreen and cranberry chandelier. It lends a lovely light in the evenings! And most importantly, it’s matching the holiday euphoria very well!

  1. Festive Christmas Chandelier:

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How festive is this Christmas chandelier? Very modern and very Christmassy, right? We believe you’ll surely enjoy making something similar for Christmas.

  1. Colorful Chandelier:

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This light fixture, cum ornament is decorated with colorful ornaments and white lights. We think it would make a whimsical and sophisticated addition to your living room!

  1. Blue Wreath Chandelier:

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Take a standard evergreen wreath, flip it upside down and attach it with the chandelier using zip ties. Use some ribbon bows and ornaments to give it a holiday look.

  1. Quick And Easy Christmas Chandelier:

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Turn your light fixture into an extraordinary chandelier by following this simple DIY.

  1. Branch Chandelier:

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Here’s another idea for branch chandelier for you to follow! Incorporate this idea to your décor when you’re following a gold theme.

  1. Green And Blue:

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First and foremost, let’s appreciate the blogger for choosing this unusual color combination. It’s stunning. Secondly, the idea is lovely!

  1. Let It Hang:

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This simple, crystal chandelier has colorful ornaments hung from it. It would make a great addition if you are following a modern décor.

  1. Simple Chandelier:

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This chandelier is decorated with different colored ornaments from the chandelier.

  1. Decorate With Jingle Bells:

 

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This lampshade chandelier is decorated with red jingle bells. The plaid ribbon is adding a charm to the décor.

  1. Perfect Red And White:

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Here’s a lovely red and white setting for you to try out this Christmas.

  1. Sweet And Lovely:

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Here’s a sweet and lovely way to dress up your Christmas dining hall.

  1. Pure White:

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This wrought iron chandelier here is decorated with faux candles and ornaments hung with a ribbon. A simple and sophisticated look!

  1. Use Mistletoe As The Chandelier:

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If you want to keep it simple, hang a mistletoe from the ceiling in place of a chandelier.

  1. Pendant Light And Chandelier:

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This standard chandelier is decorated with beaded pendants.

  1. Beige And Red:

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This color combination looks absolutely fantastic!

  1. Winter Wonderland:

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The entire setting is absolutely outstanding. We can’t decide what we like more. The heart shaped chair wreath or the chandelier.

  1. Pinecone Chandelier:

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Run to your backyard and get hold of some pinecones right away. You can make an amazing chandelier, something like you see in this picture shown here, with this humble ingredient.

  1. Chandelier Decorated With Gingerbread Cookies:

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If you want to fill your house with a sweet aroma, hang your chandelier, preferably a pinecone one, with gingerbread cookies.

  1. For A Pink Christmas:

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Here’s a lovely pink chandelier idea for you to follow this Christmas.

  1. Decorate With Snowflakes:

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This is such a grand decoration idea. The chandelier is decorated in a festive way with snowflakes.

  1. Red And White Cranberries:

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If you have the classic black chandelier in your house, decorate it with red and white berries.

  1. Unusually Beautiful:

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Oh, this is too beautiful for words. And of course, unusual too! Do you think you can replicate something like this? Of course, you can!

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