36 Gorgeous Christmas Decorated Chandeliers For Holiday Sparkle

Christmas decorated chandeliers are a quick and simple way to create an exquisite centerpiece to dramatically transform any room in your home. Chandelier decorations can help to make a space festive and bright. Decorations can include tree branches, pinecones, ornaments, ribbons and other holiday-inspired decorations to transform a chandelier into a statement piece that you can easily make yourself.

Below we have put together an inspiring collection of Christmas decorated chandeliers to help transform your light fixtures into a conversation piece for your holiday guests. If you don’t have a chandelier in your home, we also have a few ideas to help you create one in any room in your home. Don’t forget to let us know which one of these ideas most inspired you and why in the Comments below!

1. Evergreen Boughs. Dress up your dining room chandelier with some simple evergreen boughs, pinecones and a touch of ribbon. Whether you use real or faux evergreen branches, the overall effect is quite charming. (via )

2. Fresh Greenery. This cozy dining room is ready for hosting a holiday dinner party, with the chandelier providing the ambiance. Decorate with fresh greenery and some small bells wrapped around each individual light.  (via )

3. Deck The Chandelier. A breakfast nook chandelier is decked out for Christmas using fresh mixed garland to wrap the fixture. Pretty gold tinted mercury glass ornaments are hung from each arm. Black bows were made from wire rimmed ribbon, the black and ivory stripe complements the dot pattern of the shades. (via )

4. Garland Adorned Chandelier. This simple decorating trick involves wrapping berry garlands around the chandelier. (via )

5. Decorate With Ornaments. These beautiful dining room chandeliers are styled in classic red and green. Fresh greenery is tucked into the fixture, while red ornaments are hung from red ribbon. (via )

6. Fresh Greenery. Fresh pine garlands on a chandelier are lovely in this farmhouse style dining room decked out for the holidays. (via )

7. Chandelier Decor Alternative. Here is a brilliant alternative for those who do not have a chandelier. Natural branches are hung from this kitchen ceiling with florist’s wire. The branches are decorated  with an icy metallic palette of blue, white and silver ornaments to create a modern, yet earthy aesthetic. (via )

8. Snowflakes and Baubles. This statement making chandelier in the dining room features snowflakes hung from the crystals. (via )

9. Trimmed With Garland. This dining room features plenty of garland, which is has been used to create an elegant chandelier adorned with fresh garland. (via )

10. Understated Elegance. A French country home offers a beautifully styled dining room for the holidays. The chandelier is decorated with fresh greens, lending it an elegant yet simple style. (via )

11. Creative DIY Decor. This chandelier offers some inspiring elements with the help of a little DIY.  Bottle brush trees are set in hanging glass votives. Small red bells and sprigs of greenery adds to the overall effect. (via )

12. Festive Lighting. This Christmas formal dining room is decorated for special holiday celebrations. Pine boughs are tucked into this gorgeous chandelier, while ribbon adds a touch of elegance. Ornaments are hung at varying lengths to further add visual interest. (via )

13. Hanging Wreath. If you don’t have a chandelier in your dining space, this hanging wreath with string lights will help to add a magical ambiance to your space. (via )

14. Farmhouse Christmas. This decorated chandelier exudes a pretty winter wonderland look. The fixture is decorated with some pretty flocked lighted garland for a natural touch, while pom-pom snowballs and a variety of white and metallic ornaments were layered in. (via )

15. Wreath Chandelier. A hanging wreath Christmas tree would look beautiful in the entryway to welcome guests into your holiday decorated home! Sheer organza ribbon was used to accentuate the floating effect. Every ribbon is tied to the chandelier then 2 big bows, one on each side. While the ornaments hang, sprigs fill in the remainder of the wreath. (via )

16. Christmas Chandelier. This beautiful chandelier features plenty of greenery, glittered icicles, pearl strings and tree twigs for a natural element. (via )

17. Coastal Christmas Chandelier. Add some holiday cheer to your light fixture by attaching pine branches to the base, drape burlap ribbon and add glass ornaments. (via )

18. French Farmhouse Chandelier. A chandelier in this kitchen breakfast nook gets decked out with festive decor, including faux garland, ribbons and ornaments. (via )

19. Christmas Chandelier Decor. This fresh and natural chandelier decor features sprigs of greenery adorned with ribbon, berries, pinecones and bells. (via )

20. A Chandelier Tree. To make this exquisite chandelier, you will need a plain wreath, a strand of garland, ribbon and ornaments. You will need need to place the wreath upside down, underneath the base of the chandelier. Secure the wreath with ribbon. Wrap garland around the chain of your light fixture. Red & gold ribbon is curled down the sides of the garland, while ornaments and berries fill in the gaps. A tassel is attached to the center of the chandelier. (via )

21. Hanging Wreath. Attach a wreath to the bottom of your chandelier with ribbons and ornaments for a festive holiday focal point! (via )

22. Christmas Chandelier. An inexpensive wreath is attached to the bottom of the chandelier, while a Christmas garland is wound around the cord. Add some bead garland, ornaments and change out the shades to a Christmas color. (via )

23. Garland & Ornaments. This cheerfully decorated chandelier is wrapped in greenery and affixed with ornaments, bells and pinecones. (via )

24. Overhead Opulence. Accentuate your chandelier with shimmering ornaments and sparkly snowflakes. Use a fresh winter palette of pale blue and silver. Finish the look with an elegant satin ribbon that gently dangles from the light fixture. (via )

25. Beautiful Ornament Garland. This is the perfect alternative for a space that lacks a chandelier. You can also add strings lights into the garland for ambiance. Hang the garland from the ceiling with red ribbon. Affix red and gold ornaments from the garland for some holiday sparkle. (via )

26. Greenery and Sparkle. Add just a touch of greenery and sparkle to draw your eye up to a festively decorated chandelier. Fresh sprigs were cut off the end of cedar branches and laid in place around the light fixture. Decorative ribbon was used for bows to highlight each bulb. (via )

27. Wintery Garland. A garland of greenery and pinecones is draped over a chandelier, dripping with icicle ornaments for a beautiful wintery effect. (via )

28. Olive Branch Chandelier. This unique chandelier provides an alternative to fir. Adorned with silver-colored heart and star pendants, balls in cream and white as well as white pillar candles, it looks particularly classy. (via )

29. Ornaments Chandelier. Various colors of sparkling ornaments are used to decorate this dining room chandelier during the holidays. Hang the ornaments with ribbon to get a layered effect. (via )

30. Festive Red & Green. In a breakfast nook, a chandelier gets decorated with simple pine bow clippings and red ornaments. (via )

31. Chandelier Wreath. This farmhouse dining room is decked out for the holidays with a festive chandelier adorned in pine branches, ribbon and ornaments. (via )

32. “Wow” Factor. A dining room chandelier is the focal point of the space thanks to dangling ornaments strung from satin ribbon. (via )

33. Hanging Crystal Ornaments. Fresh pine bows and crystal and clear glass ornaments adds a touch of elegance to this holiday decorated dining room. (via )

34. Silver Ornament Cluster. A drape of silver ornaments hangs from a chandelier to create a focal point in the dining room. To create this silver ornament cluster, cut four ribbons of various length and string ornaments onto it. Fold a ribbon in half, slip the smallest ornament through one of the ends. Thread the rest of the baubles through both loose ends of the ribbon, increasing the size of the ornaments as you go. Repeat four times and tie the end of the ribbon to the light fixture. (via )

35. Ornamented Christmas Chandelier. Frosted branches are suspended above the chandelier, with crystal ornaments and snowflakes creating a sparkling and elegant effect. (via )

36. Christmas Chandelier Decor. This exquisite Christmas chandelier is made of three IKEA Glansa circle lights. (via )

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Each and everyone was sweet elegance. Thank you for putting this together.