Chandelier. Friday , November 03rd , 2017 - 05:00:18 AM
Stay away from bright colors and gleaming brasses that do not do justice to a rustic interior. Natural and outdoorsy is the theme that you want to portray with chandelier light fixtures that accent your rustic decor. Greens, browns and grays are examples of simplicity that will bring a rustic room together.
Choose a Complimentary Style. Another important tip to remember if you want to add chandelier lighting to your home is to choose a complimentary style. This is going to depend upon the decor that you already have in place in the room where you are installing this fixture. If you have a modern and contemporary style in place, go for contemporary, sleek styles that will compliment the room. If your decor is more old world and rustic, then go for a brass or wrought iron option for a beautiful look. There are more formal styles available if the room has a more formal and traditional style of decor already in place.
Too much light is also the mistake that many homeowners make in selecting bulbs for their chandelier light fixtures. More is not always better especially when you are trying to create a certain atmosphere with rustic chandeliers. Rule of thumb is to take the room dimensions (12`x12`= 144 square feet) and multiply this total by 1.5. This will give you the total watts necessary for the space (216 watts). If you have 6 bulbs, select the lower of the bulbs available (30 watt as opposed to 50 watt). You can always add matching wall sconces to make up the difference if needed.
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