Outdoor Chandeliers & Hanging Lights
Get more out of your patio, pavilion, or porch at night with the brightness and beauty of an outdoor chandelier. Our selection of hanging light options includes fashionable, functional fixtures for outdoor living areas, dining rooms, and kitchens. Installing a chandelier in a covered outdoor space not only provides essential light, but is an impressive way to style your home’s exterior area.
Explore the collection of outdoor chandeliers at Frank Webb Home and find quality fixtures in styles from practical pendants to show-stopping silhouettes—the perfect accent to complete any outdoor look. Transitional, industrial, or farmhouse chandeliers can coordinate with your patio’s stonework or the finishes in an outdoor kitchen. A circular outdoor chandelier works well in large living rooms, while rectangular and linear options suit narrow porch seating. Choose a glass type—seeded, frosted, or clear—to diffuse or accentuate the light for your outdoor living areas. Our patio chandeliers are available in nearly every bulb quantity, from single-bulb fixtures to stunning candelabra-style chandeliers, and we also offer a selection of hanging pendant lights perfect for illuminating entryways and welcoming guests. Browse all of our outdoor chandeliers for elegant, effective solutions to illuminate any outdoor living space; find fixtures from Crystorama, Kichler, Savoy House, and other top lighting brands at Frank Webb Home.
Frequently Asked Questions
What size outdoor chandelier should I buy?
Calculate chandelier size by adding the width and length of your outdoor space together. The total amount is the fixture diameter—in inches—that’s appropriate for that area: If your outdoor room is 12 feet by 10 feet, your chandelier should be 22 inches in diameter.
How low should an outdoor chandelier hang?
When hanging an outdoor chandelier over a table or island, allow at least 30 inches between the top of your table and the lowest part of the chandelier. If hanging in an open gathering or living space, allow at least seven feet between the bottom of the chandelier and the floor—ample space for guests to walk without hitting their heads.
Can you hang any chandelier outside?
No, not all hanging lights are rated to handle outdoor weather elements or temperature changes. When shopping for outdoor lights, look for a damp or wet rating. A damp-rated light is best in a covered area that may encounter limited moisture but is protected from direct weather. A wet-rated light is safe for exposure to most weather like rain and snow.