chandelier. Friday , April 07th , 2017 - 21:13:48 PM
Purchasing furniture pieces with taller backs, massive legs and arms, adequate cushioning, etc. helps the room look cozier and comfortable. Small pieces will just get swallowed in high-ceilinged rooms. Moreover, the height of the walls will cause low-slung chairs to look dwarfed. In such rooms, it is best to group furniture pieces together in different areas of the room, thereby, creating smaller seating areas which help alleviate the cavernous feel.
While these are the basic layers of lights, it is possible that any of them fulfill more than one purpose. These functions will also help you decide upon the positioning of the fixtures.
Size is a factor: The last thing you want is a wrought iron chandelier that overpowers the space in which you hang it. Some can be up to eight feet wide and still others are a smaller two to three feet around. The size you choose depends on the effect you are trying to achieve as well as the overall size of the space. If you have a smaller kitchen, you need a smaller-sized wrought iron chandelier. Large spaces command larger pieces to get the desired effect. Look around at several designs to see what kind of size works for your particular space. The general rule of thumb is that a wrought iron candle chandelier should size at two inches around for every foot of the room it hangs in.
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