Imke Delara. chandelier. September 03rd , 2017.
One thing that you need to look at when inspecting the quality of your chandelier is the chandeliers finish. Check if your chandeliers finish is durable and smooth. Lesser quality chandeliers will have cracks, bubbles or scratches on the surface of its finish. Your chandelier should not have any of those in the surface of its finish, so make sure that you check for those before you decide to purchase a chandelier to ensure of its good quality. It is important to know that chandelier finishes are also designed to resist tarnishing, corrosion and flaking, increasing the chandeliers durability. So if your chandelier is easily corroded, flaked or tarnished, then it needs to be checked again for its quality.
You have homes with high ceilings, and you have those with low ones, making the latter less complicated a height to work with seeing that you can do so much more without having to wonder how to incorporate something simple/elaborate above you. The pros here for low ceiling ideas is that you can use pretty much any interior decorative piece to your advantage, being both eye-catching and at the right range from the ceiling to the floor in terms of height and prominence. Let's find out how you can use some classy, modern or antique-y enhancements to spruce up your low ceiling space.
With task, ambient, and accent lighting taken care of, how else do you think you can use light? In big living rooms, divide areas by placing lights in between them. For instance, if your living and dining area are in one space, place a strip of lights, some recessed lighting, or hang a series of pendant lamps to demarcate the two areas and create an interesting visual break. This can also serve as ambient lighting if you want to illuminate just the passage between the two, and as accent lighting if you want to set a mood with the lights. Remember, every light source can fulfill more than one purpose; but you must spend time to learn how to get the most out of it.
Low Ceiling Fans These fans don't have to be the ordinary kind that stretch across the middle of your room, being a poor choice for those who want to really give their ceiling spaces a makeover. Opt for antique looking fans, which you can easily find if you scour vintage stores for interiors or those that feature antique household pieces. These come with old-fashioned light fixtures placed around the fans, giving you light add-ons as a plus point. These fans usually have stubby blades and should fall dead center above your dining table, or countertop if you have one of those open kitchens where the counter separates two rooms. It would look great in your living space as well, or drawing-room; make sure that it is centered or it would totally ruin the look and feel of the fan's presence.
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