Imke Delara. chandelier. October 27th , 2017.
Experts suggest that any room should have 3 different sources of light that include soft, bright, and task lighting. One light source is rarely enough, even in smaller living rooms. You need more than one source and more than one type of light, and you need more than one fixture to exude the charm that you desire of your living room, quite similar to one you may have seen on your favorite dcor website or in your favorite decorating magazine. So, think floor lamps, table lamps, wall sconces, recessed lights, chandeliers, pendant lamps, and reading lights. Remember that any one of these sources will rarely be able to provide sufficient lighting for any given space, but when used in combination, will lend a luxurious appeal even to the smallest of spaces.
Now, say, you have a long dining table (that has a length of 100" or more) and you wish to hang two chandeliers above it. In that case, you need to divide the width of the table by 3, to get the diameter of each chandelier. Now, let us consider another example.
The method to calculate the right size of chandelier for your room is fairly easy. Lucky you! All you need to do is take a few measurements and put them in a simple formula. Here, we shall see what goes into it all. So, let's get started!
For the foyer or entry hall, you need to consider the dimensions of the room. Now, in that case, the formula is pretty simple. All you need to do is find the width and length of the room in feet. Now, add the two values. The result is the desired width of the chandelier in inches. Let us take an example to elucidate this.
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