A chandelier lamp is an asset to any home, as a n aesthetically pleasing, yet functionally well-performing light fixture. Chandelier lamps are often the focal points of the rooms they are in, and they set the ambience of the room.
Many people install large, decorative chandeliers in their living, and dining rooms. However, in modern times, there are many chandeliers such as LED, fluorescent and incandescent designs. There are different sizes and shapes available. Thus, there is no reason for avoiding chandeliers in any room of your house. In a bedroom for example, you could install a cosy, warm light emitting chandelier that suits the furniture.
Factors to consider while buying chandeliers
Once you decide on buying a chandelier, there are a few questions you need to ask. First of all, what is a particular room used for, and how much lighting does it need? Does it need ambient lighting, or general lighting? If you need a brightly lit space, it is good to opt for designed that are elaborate, such as a tiered chandelier. Whenever you do not want such brightness, you could just dim the light, to create a soft, intimate ambience, similar to candle lights.
The size of the room, especially the height of the room is the most important factor that decides the size of the chandelier you buy and the height at which it is hung in the room. Choosing the right spot to hang the chandelier is also important. For example, a chandelier lamp for the dining room should be right in the centre of the room, and the dining table. It should never be bigger than the width of your dining table, in which case people may bump their heads against it as they get up after a meal. A commonly cited rule is that the chandelier lamp should be 12 inches narrower than the width of the table. Also, there should be at least 48 inches of space from the lamp to each of the walls of the room. On the other hand, if the height of the room is about 8 feet, the chandelier could be hung about 30 to 34 inches over the dining table. If the ceiling is higher than 8 feet, raise the chandelier lamp 3 inches for every additional foot.
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