Lorena Reid. Chandelier. July 25th , 2018.
There has long been a belief that chandeliers add a sense of class and sophistication to a home that cannot be achieved with any other sort of lighting fixture. And it is true that they are very aesthetically pleasing in a classical sense and form a feature of the space rather than just providing illumination. This has led, however, to a stereotype that only wealthy people can have chandeliers in their homes. And this may be true, simply for the fact that these fixtures can prove to be a highly expensive investment. But why is this, and what can't there be cheaper chandeliers available too?
Before You Buy Once you have decided which chandelier you want to buy, you need to prepare to answer a few questions. First, how tall are your ceilings? If you have an older home, with nine foot ceilings, you can easily have a two-tiered chandelier in your house. And in fact, if your ceilings are that high, you should have a taller chandelier. Otherwise it will get lost in the rafters or look odd dangling from an extra long chain. Next, how big is the dining room table? The chandelier should be about a foot smaller (in diameter) than the table. Any smaller and it looks like a toy; any larger and it looks like a creature descending for the kill.
When homeowners are considering purchasing mini chandeliers, they may want to consider the following seven factors:
Chandeliers Should be Functional Items That Need To Be Incorporated Into The Home
There is nothing that can compare to the look of a wrought iron chandelier in your front entryway or over your dining room table. These types of chandeliers are majestic and they are grand and they can be a total pain to keep clean if you don't know how to do it. The key to long lasting gorgeous looks in that department is to keep the metal from getting rusty. Easier said than done right?
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