chandelier. Tuesday , October 24th , 2017 - 00:13:48 AM
Whatever type of lighting that you choose for the foyer in the end, make sure to put on a dimmer switch. With a dimmer switch, you can have full control over the level of lighting and thus, change it depending upon the amount of natural light you get throughout the day. Secondly, the choice of lighting for your foyer completely depends on the kind of look and feel that you want to create in the house. Simple, elegant or grand, take your pick and then choose the foyer lighting accordingly! And one last tip before I sign off - do not forget to declutter and decorate the front porch of your house, after all, anyone entering your foyer will pass through it first.
Make sure that your new chandelier fits the scale of the room nicely. You can adjust the level at which the chandelier hangs to help it fit the room better.
While the above two antler chandelier types come from North American natives, the Fallow Deer antler chandelier is a European import from Spain. These deer antlers are very dark brown in color and are palmated (like a hand with pudgy fingers) in other words, the Fallow Deer antler chandelier or popular antler lamps look as if a small moose has shed them. Their deep rich color and flowing palmation make a very elegant piece with average antler length at about 2.5 feet. And, while Fallow Deer are certainly plentiful, they arent as profuse in number as, say, the North American Mule Deer, so this antler type is usually the most expensive antler in the world of antler chandeliers.
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