Rules for Hanging a Chandelier

by:Merttace     2020-05-09
The chandelier can add a little elegance to the space or make a statement in the room.The more sockets the chandelier has, the more light it produces, which makes it a perfect addition to the traditional two spacesor three-light flush-The installation device will leave in the dark.The rules for hanging a chandelier include choosing the size, style, height, location and how to operate the chandelier.The size is really important when you find the right chandelier to hang at home.A large room can swallow a small chandelier, making the space unbalanced.Hanging a large chandelier will be out of space and distract the attention of the decoration.You should leave 12 inch space between the outside side edge of the restaurant chandelier and the outside edge of the round table or the width edge of the rectangular table ---As long as you have a table of the right size.For example, a 48-inch-Diameter table needs 24-inch-Chandelier diameter.To design a chandelier for large rooms and foyer, add up the length and width measurements of the room to determine the size of the chandelier in inches.For example, it takes 32-to measure a room of 14 feet by 18 feet-Inch diameter chandelier.Consider a two-or three-For rooms above 9 feet, layered chandeliers can be used.Walking through the lighting display in any lighting showroom or home improvement center, you may be overwhelmed by the number of chandeliers.You can find additional styles and designs in the special seriesOrder the Lighting Catalog.When you decide to hang the style of the chandelier at home, consider your current decor.If your style is ultra-modern, don\'t choose the traditional oneStyle polished brass chandelier, hope it blends with the rest of your space.You can even find chandeliers made of antlers in a rural setting.The room where you intend to hang the chandelier should also help determine the style and design of the chandelier.The girls\' bathroom may require more elaborate details, while the kitchen may require a simple design that you can take apart and clean.You can hang a chandelier in any room at home-A big walk from the foyer-in closet.When hanging the chandelier, be sure to hang it at the right height.The bottom of the table or kitchen island chandelier should be 30 to 32 inch higher than the top of the table or island.Most rooms need at least 7 feet space between the bottom of the chandelier and the floor.A chandelier for two.The story foyer needs to be hung about 9 feet from the floor, but if your twoThe story foyer has windows on the first floor and you should put the chandelier in the middle of the window so you can see it from the outside.Make sure your ceiling supports the weight of the chandelier no matter you choose to hang it.The chandelier has multiple lamp holders that produce a lot of light even if you use a lower lamp holderwattage bulbs.While you may need a chandelier to fill up the space, sometimes you need less light.Consider installing a dimmer switch to operate the chandelier to reduce the light it generates.The variable dimmer switch allows you to customize the amount of light by rotating the dial or sliding lever.You can also choose the dimmer switch that only allows you to choose from the high, medium, or low light settings.When selecting the dimmer to operate the chandelier, make sure that the power level of the dimmer is greater than the power level of the chandelier.For example, a 16-Light Chandelier for 60-The Watt bulb needs 1,000-Watt dimmer switch.
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