This ornate lighting piece made its big surge in the 19th 20th th centuries, and was a staple in most palaces and mansions in Europe and the United States. These lighting fixtures eventually found their way into some of the more expensive estates and even many private homes in this country and overseas as well today.
A lighting fixture that is bright enough to illuminate a room will be too bright for comfort when dining or relaxing with friends or family, and in addition, if the chandelier's light is comfortable on the eyes, it will be too dim and look flat. In addition, if a part of your lighting fixture breaks, or gets torn off, you need to be able to also fix it by yourself, so you could save some money on hiring a technician or a repair man from the local home depot or lighting shop.
The frames - The commonly used frame materials are glass, plastic, metal and ceramic but some will even have wooden frames. They of course come in varying finishes and you should select according to your interior décor. Modern frames come in very bright colors to add some elegance to your room. What you should remember is that the frame material can determine how durable the chandelier is and how heavy it is as well. Choose a frame whose final coating won't end up scratching or chipping easily.
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