chandelier. Tuesday , June 20th , 2017 - 07:13:48 AM
Now, you might be wondering, "How tall is too tall?" The answer is to allow 2.5" to 3" for every foot of a room's height. Let us consider an example to elucidate this further.
The right light fixture will bring a room together perfectly, that's why a chandelier is an essential decor item for any project. Consequentially, if you incorporate a rustic wrought iron chandelier, the rest of the dining room will gradually turn rustic as well with the addition of a few coordinating pieces. However, don't get stuck in the dining room, because this tip goes for the living room and really any other room in the home too.
In determining a chandelier's height, remember that the higher you hang a chandelier, the smaller it looks. If you are hanging your fixture in a room with a low ceiling where it is necessary to walk under the chandelier, you might need to go smaller than the above formula suggests. For foyer chandeliers, allow for considerable door clearances and hang the chandelier so that the lowest point will be at least 7 or more feet from the floor.
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