Chandelier. Friday , November 03rd , 2017 - 04:55:41 AM
There was a time when chandelier light fixtures were thought of as cultured and high class accessories for well-to-do homes. Luxurious ones were, and still are, part of opera houses, exquisite restaurants, hotels, and other establishments. Nowadays, though, you can find a chandelier for almost any room of your home to fit any motif or decorating design. Some of these light fixtures are still adorned with the more traditional hanging crystals, but many others are more simple in style, making use of other materials for lighting and decoration.
The size of chandelier light fixtures must be in proportion with your area. The taller the ceiling the larger the chandelier light fixtures should be. Entranceways can be graced by rustic chandeliers that provide the theme for what is inside but care must be taken not to overpower the space with an out of proportion fixture.
Black Chandelier Lighting. Many of the old chandeliers were made of iron but could be very heavy, which wasn`t so much of a problem since houses were built with large central beams that could support the weight. The black iron look can also be imitated with bronze or brass that is weathered chemically, although it doesn`t look exactly the same. A chandelier made of iron can be very contemporary looking, even though it has it`s roots in antiquity. Another option is a chandelier made from black glass crystal. It won`t refract the light like a typical crystal chandelier but it can add a sleek modern look to a room.
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