Wrought iron candle chandelier always has a great impact on the overall décor of the house. These chandeliers come in a wide range of sizes and shapes. This certainly makes it a daunting process when it comes to selecting an appropriate one for your home décor. Selecting an appropriate chandelier is dependent on several factors. Here are highlights of a few to get you through.
The type of material is crucial when it comes to attaining the right guise for the chandeliers. Chandeliers produced on large scale are usually composed of steel tubing. Steel tubing are preferred in this process because it is cheaper, weigh less and can be bent easily. These qualities make it the ultimate choice for mass production. The drawback for this type of material is that the square tubing is actually not a perfect square. The edges of the tubing are round slightly and this affect the finish. There are certain materials which are also associated to particular styles.
The size of the chandelier is a rule of thumb across all types of chandeliers. The size of the wrought iron candle chandelier correlates to the size of the room where it is to be fixed. A high ceiling room looks perfectly fine with a large size chandelier while low ceiling rooms are best fit with smaller chandeliers. The key factor to the size of the lighting fixture is to keep the fixture properly positioned as well as proportionate to the available space. If the chandelier is fixed in the dining room, be sure that it won’t obscure view across the table.
Wrought iron candle chandelier is usually heavy in weight as compared to those made from brass. The weight of the fixture is particularly proportionate to the size. Larger chandeliers tend to weigh more. If you opt for a larger chandelier, ensure that it is well secured on the wall. Ensure also that the wall or the ceiling can comfortably bear the weight of the fixture.
These types of chandeliers are usually associated with elegance and classic design. The fixture you opt for must match the size of the room as well as its décor. If you have a rustic décor, a wrought iron chandelier wouldn’t be an appropriate choice. Instead, a rustic décor matches well with a rough wood chandelier. As for a Victorian dining room, the most appropriate is a crystal chandelier.