Kid & Kitsch - Unusual and Unique Chandelier Lighting

The word Kitsch is defined as a form of art that is considered an inferior, tasteless copy of an extant style of art or a worthless imitation of art of recognizable value. I find kitsch to be fun and flamboyant, a little strange, and light-hearted.

While these looks are certainly not meant for everybody, I like the idea of poking fun at 'the establishment' once in awhile, and adding an unexpected pop of crazy sometimes! And, when it comes to kid spaces, shouldn't we have a little fun and take ourselves, and our interiors, a little more lightly?

Most of the lighting in this post I've not found currently available for sale. But, depending on how crafty you are, you could certainly recreate them yourself!

Birds in their Cage Chandelier

Baby doll chandelier - spotted in Portland's Nob Hill

Pink Plastic Flamingo Chandelier

Strawberry Tea Cups - found in Agnes and Muriels in Atlanta, GA

Spoons and forks and knives, oh my!

Topsy Turvy Tea Cups and Saucers

Chiquita Banana Box Chandelier by Anneke Jacobs
(Not my favorite, but if we're talking kitsch, how could I leave it out?!)

Used Party Poppers Chandelier by Stuart Haygarth

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