Chandeliers are essential accent pieces in dining and living rooms of homes. Chandeliers bring life to holidays and special occasions, and nothing beats an elegantly set table with crystal, china, silverware and linen like having an equally sparkling and gleaming chandelier.
Once you've worked out all of the safety issues related to installing a new chandelier, think about the style that you are looking for. Do you want a fixture that blends into the room or stands out? A black chandelier can be a very bold decor accessory when place against white walls or furniture, or it can complement deep hues in a dark library or den. The black chandelier you select will probably be different if you live in a penthouse in the city or a farm in the country. Shop around a little bit and you should be able to find one that suits your taste.
Antique chandeliers made of iron, brass or antlers should never be shiny. They can be polished to provide some luster but most owners prefer the old archaic feel that aged metal has. Slim-trim chandeliers may be antique but are not well-liked and valued by collectors, since they do not generate the same classic aura. You can identify a fake antique lighting fixture by rubbing the metal firmly with a clean cloth. Antiquing glaze are usually used on shiny metal to make them look older.
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