Lighting is the most effective means of producing mood and dramatic results throughout your home indoors and outside. Appropriate lighting is as important as furniture for a complete look! Chandeliers may earn a statement that is bright in any large room on your property. In reality, if made and placed correctly, they might be the focal point of any room. A chandelier can make a small room look open and airy, and rooms appear cozy and inviting. Producers are currently creating chandeliers in all kinds of finishes and fashions, which gives choices to you how your home is decorated. You could even purchase wall sconces and lamps to match! Many factors should be taken into account when choosing a light fixture. What style works best in my residence? How large is the room? How much am I willing to invest?
Medium chandeliers (Up to 36” in diameter)
Moderately sized chandeliers often find themselves in dining rooms or flats at the breakfast nook or over the dining table. Many of the contemporary kitchens with island countertops, ceilings and airy atmospheres of today allow spots and new creative for a chandelier as a grand but not overstated centerpiece’s attractiveness.
Mini chandeliers (20” in diameter and under)
Mini chandeliers may be used in a bathroom, dressing area, or bedroom, over kitchen islands. Adding a mini-chandelier to the master bath will bring a touch of class while adding soft lighting. A mini-chandelier is a perfect way to create a silent reading or sitting area or perhaps add some excitement to the dressing area or a closet.
Foyer chandeliers (36” in diameter and over)
Foyer chandeliers require a space to support them since they are so big. Nevertheless, they can look amazing in rooms that have high ceilings. Take into account the height of the ceiling and the dimensions of the space, when placing a chandelier in the foyer. Optimal placement would be at least 9 feet from the floor. You might want to center it in the window for maximum curb appeal if there a window above the front entrance. You can think out of the box with them too, although foyer chandeliers are placed in the entryway of a home. Any big and airy space in the home may be the place for a chandelier’s attractiveness!
The home trend is currently bringing the indoors outside! It is not unusual to find the amenities of a living room on the porch. Gone are the days of stumbling around the backyard with a flashlight or disposable torch. With the new technology of today, exciting new products are constantly coming. Try out a lovely outdoor chandelier to add a bit of charm and shed some light on outdoor dining.