chandelier. Tuesday , May 23rd , 2017 - 21:13:51 PM
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.
Note that a chandelier cannot be the sole light fixture for larger spaces, and you must add additional fixtures to brighten up the space. A chandelier that is in stark contrast with the color scheme on the walls is not desirable as it would draw unnecessary attention and serve as the sole focus of the room.
If your chandelier has been handed down from your ancestors or has been hanging in the same room of your century-old ancestral home, consider yourself lucky to have such an original and authentic piece. Check old photos and see if there are any shots of your old chandelier. It is very likely that youll find at least one picture that shows your grandparents with the chandelier in the background. These will verify how old it truly is.
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