Yea or Nay: Chandeliers in the Bathroom?

Yea or Nay: Chandeliers in the Bathroom | Lonny.com
(Ph. courtesy of Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort Lodge)
Ever stayed at a hotel and wished you could bring the design home with you? Now imagine how often that feeling comes when your job requires you to ogle pictures of gorgeous guest rooms—day in, day out—from the less-than-glowing confines of your cluttered desk space. There's at least one advantage: every image becomes a chance for inspiration. Take this trio of bathrooms, each more indulgent than the one before it. Notice something? If you've never thought to install a chandelier in your house's humblest room, here's reason to start.

Practical it's not, but that's beside the point. Why not take a cue from Sugar Beach in St. Lucia, which reopens on November 30, and embellish a minimalist space with something feminine and frilly? For all-out decadence, Park Hyatt Vienna's gold-tiled tub creates a gilded focal point. And andBeyond Ngorongoro Crater Lodge brings shabby-chic to another level with its thatched-style roof and beaded fixture. Which might you adopt in your own home?

Yea or Nay: Chandeliers in the Bathroom | Lonny.com
(Ph. courtesy of Park Hyatt Vienna)
Yea or Nay: Chandeliers in the Bathroom | Lonny.com
(Ph. courtesy of andBeyond Ngorongoro Crater)
I'm the former Deputy Editor at Lonny.
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