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Interior Design Tips: Chandeliers for Kid’s Rooms

Kingdom LightingChandeliers in children’s room is a fantastic way to add color and design. There are a variety of colors and designs to choose from at Kingdom Lighting, making it easy to find the perfect decorative lighting for any child. Many of the options designed for children’s rooms are also excellent ways to incorporate parts of the child’s personality into the design. Here are some great examples of chandeliers for children’s rooms.

Crown Shaped Chandeliers

These chandeliers, designed to be shaped like a crown, are perfect for children who often spend time daydreaming about royalty. Since these designs come in a variety of colors, the decorative lighting can be designed to perfectly match or complement the rest of the room.

Four Arm Valentino Chandelier

Those who prefer a more classically shaped chandelier may appreciate this four armed option, shown above. The formal style is a fantastic way to dress up the child’s room without having to worry about leaving items around that could be broken.

Five Arm Ballroom Chandelier

This is another classic style that provides a chic addition to a children’s room. It is easy to coordinate this design with the rest of the room and creates a look that is fit for a prince (or princess).



Crystal Chandeliers in Hip Hop

People love crystal chandeliers all over the world, but one group is particularly fond of the ornate lighting fixture. We’re referring, of course, to hip-hop MCs, who mention chandeliers nearly as often as premium liquors and luxury SUVs.

On Big Sean’s “Sierra Leone,” the Detroit MC describes his living situation: “Chandelier, marble floor on the feet. She said I’m a Don, I gotta agree.” Curren$y has a similar idea on “Right Now,” in which he commands, “chandelier these ceilings, Italian marble these floors.” Meanwhile, on Rich Gang’s “Bigger than Life,” Birdman has “chandelier lights, Persian on the rug” while Wiz Khalifa’s “Glass House” has a “chandelier ceiling, plush linen” according to Big K.R.I.T. Jay-Z, on the other hand, is “just chilling, watching chandelier ceilings” on “Diamond is Forever.”

Nas may have outdone all of them, however. On “My Way,” he describes “gateways, marble floors, chandeliers. Jacuzzis, Gucci soap, throwing cash in the air.” 50 Cent gives him a run for his money on “Happy New Year,” in which he says “Look, this is my house. We got 50… rooms here. Butlers, maids and them Baccarat chandeliers.” Rick Ross knows how to keep it classy as well. In “The Transporter,” the Boss suggests, “Look up to my ceiling, ladies; chandeliers galore. Look into my closet, then you know I love couture. Even more, shoe collection too fly for the… floor.”