Katrin Abend. Chandelier. October 13th , 2017.
Crystal Chandelier Lighting. Crystal chandeliers became popular when a 17th century glassmaker discovered how to make easily cut glass crystal. Until that time only rock crystal or fragile crystillo could be used for chandeliers. With the cheaper glass crystal, the popularity of crystal chandeliers exploded. They could fill a room with all the glittering colors of the rainbow, and effect that still makes them a very popular option today.
With the overwhelming list of home improvement decors available online and on your local stores, there are only few of them can be applied on your home. People do have different personalities, and with these personalities you can based the things they want on their home. One thing that can determine person`s personality is by learning the type of lights used on their home.
Light Your World With Chandelier Light Fixtures. Chandelier light fixtures are such a lovely addition to any home. They make a statement about a room that is undeniable, and they can light up your world with sophistication or country reflections. Sometimes chandeliers are elegant and the centerpieces of a room, and at other times they`re rustic and represent a more relaxed tone and presence. That`s what is so wonderful about using chandeliers in your home. They can fit any style and personality.
Most of this fixtures are made from iron; this is why they are heavy. But this could not be a problem for most homes because there are central beams that can support its weight. The fixture that is made from iron can be contemporary looking, although it has the roots from being antique. Another good option is the black glass crystals. It will not refract the light like a typical fixture but it can add sleek modern look to any room.
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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