Choose proper chandelier for your room

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Choose proper chandelier for your room

Post by weiku on Fri Dec 21, 2012 3:53 am

Chandeliers are a great addition to just about any room, but knowing what size is best and how high to hang them can be tricky. Make sure you have something in mind about decorating with gorgeous light fixtures.

make sure that your chandelier is the right size. A good rule of thumb is to add the dimensions of the room together in feet and then convert the answer to inches. The answer in inches should equal the diameter of the fixture. So if your room measures 10' x 15' the diameter of the fixture should be about 25". If the fixture seems too large hang it a bit closer to the ceiling so it doesn't feel so overwhelming.

Don’t be afraid to experiment with styles. Sometimes a modern chandelier can look great in a room full of antiques, and a vintage piece can look terrific in a contemporary room.

Do install dimmer switches on every chandelier in your home. They're terrific for creating ambiance and offering a more flattering light.

Search for the chandelier that will look best in your home. Browse through different styles, colors, materials, and sizes here, along with information on where to purchase them.

Depending on what you have in mind, your list of requirements for the perfect chandelier is most likely growing. Luckily, at ruxin international co, ltd, we offer the widest possible selection of chandeliers and lighting fixtures – we’re sure you’ll find one to perfectly fit your desires! Whether you’re looking for a traditional crystal chandelier, a contemporary glass chandelier, or a classic bronze or iron chandelier, let our representatives help you find the perfect selection – along with other fixtures that will complement your chandelier and extend its style throughout your home.

If you're planning on making the chandelier the main light fixture in a room, the total wattage of all the bulbs should be between 200 and 400 watts. But keep in mind that a chandelier doesn't always have to be the primary light source. If you'd rather have it be a more subtle complement to other lighting, it doesn't need hundreds of watts. Also, be sure to always take note of what kind of bulbs a chandelier will need, whether its standard base bulbs, incandescent, or even halogen.


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