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The Perfect Crystal Chandelier for your Home

January 31, 2014

 Crystal chandeliers come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. Deciding and selecting the perfect chandelier for your home may prove to be a very tedious task. Although most people go for shiny brass multi-arms with faux candle socket and flame-shaped bulbs, you can always choose your own unique chandelier in order to make it fit perfectly into your home. 

 

The first important thing that you need to do before your chandelier-hunting activity is to measure the dimensions of the room where the chandelier will be placed. Add the width and the length of the room in feet and then convert it to inches. The number you will get in inches will be the near about diameter of the chandelier. 


The second consideration is the placement of the chandelier. It should be placed in the ceiling in such a manner that the light is equally distributed in the area. In order to avoid accidents, the roughly estimated gap between the table and the chandelier should be 30 inches. 

 

To maximize wall art decors, it is advisable to use recessed lights. For dining and for special occasions, a dimmer light can create a preset level 

Two or three low-voltage pendants can be used, in cases where your table is long and narrow. This will distribute light properly. 

 

Finding the right chandelier will do wonders for the beauty and style of your home. In the past, chandeliers were designed for the usage of the wealthy and the powerful. It is believed that to build an impressive and complete home structure, there is a need to find the perfect chandelier that is capable of creating its own unique and elegant beauty. 
 

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