chandelier. Sunday , July 09th , 2017 - 16:13:50 PM
Elk antlers are another very common antler used for antler chandeliers. They are brownish red in color and are long and straight. They range in size from about 2.5 feet to 5 feet long. You dont need to put a lot of these together to create a truly stunning and noticeable piece; the elk antler is fabulous for large chandeliers.
Another great choice is the tray design which is exclusively used for high ceilings. In this type, there are molds which are used in the borders to make the ceiling look rich and elegant, with a lovely chandelier hanging from the center. It is called so because these ceilings look like an inverted tray, as it is flat depression with decorative molds around the edges. It provides a feeling of space and when there is some kind of lighting done around it, it gives a reflected look to the walls and floor.
III. Unscrew parts gently and then place them, trimmings and screws in a container. Bulbs or pendants in a plastic colander or on a soft towel. First each part needs to be dusted with a cloth. Use a lint-free, microfiber, flannel or cotton soft cloth and gently wipe away any dust or dirt on the part. Place each piece back into the plastic container or on a towel.
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