Two things to consider before purchasing your new chandelier should be the size of the space you are hanging the fixture, as well as the amount of lighting you'll need. First, think about the height of your ceiling and how low the chandelier will need to hang. Second, figure out how much light your current lighting fixture provides and if it's enough for your everyday tasks. If you require more electrical power, do not be afraid to call an electrician to fix your wiring; you don't want to risk electrocution or burning your house down while trying to do the work yourself.
The first thing you will want to do before you start shopping around for contemporary chandeliers is to find your space. Take the time to focus on your room design and style of home, giving you an indication of what design will work best in the space. You want to make sure that any decisions you make will ensure that the new lighting source you choose will complement your home with ease.
If your chandelier is very dirty then you may need to remove the crystals in order to properly clean it. If you do this, be sure and make note of where each piece goes so that when you reassemble the chandelier there won't be any problems. You may find that with some styles of chandeliers that you have to remove the trim in order to get to the crystals. You want to do this very carefully and make sure you know how to put it back together. Some people find it helpful to draw a diagram of their Schonbek crystal chandeliers before they take them apart. You may also have gotten a diagram when you originally purchased your chandelier and if so, this is one of the reasons why you want to keep it.
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