If you are renovating your bathroom and going for an elegant look, a chandelier will greatly enhance your bathroom's beauty, as well as lighting. The main question you probably have is "what makes a chandelier perfect for a bathroom"? Unlike other rooms, there are those you should definitely not use because the environment is more wet. A hot shower can cause steam to rise and add moisture to the entire room, causing little water droplets to form on the walls, mirrors and yes, even light fixtures.
The main considerations then should be: no fabrics and no wood. Beyond this, you can pretty much choose any chandelier that catches your fancy. Fabrics that get wet repeatedly tend to grow mildew. Wood tends to be hydroscopic -- meaning it acts like a sponge. When wood gets wet over time, it expands, warps and generally does not fare well as a bathroom fixture of any type.
How big is your bathroom? This is a consideration, as small bathrooms would call for a flush chandelier that has little drop so you won't bump your head. Remember when looking at various products, we list materials they are made of. Avoid those which have "fabric" listed under materials.
We have over 1300 products on this site, and likely more than half of them would function well in a bathroom. We have 4 listed below that were specifically designed for a bathroom environment, however -- as long as there is no wood or fabric listed in materials it should work well for the bathroom.