chandelier. Sunday , July 02nd , 2017 - 14:13:51 PM
For this, the first thing you need to do is use your carpenter's pencil to draw a circle in the exact location where you plan to install the wrought iron chandelier. Use the drywall saw and cut out the circle. Next you'll need to install the electrical box using the expandable bracket and small bracket.
If you're in the mood for something more fancy with an elegant tough to it, then you can go in for something that has an antique Victorian look about it. Visit your local hardware store and browse through some light fixtures that have a European touch. Many companies have some exquisitely designed fixtures molded in wrought iron or any other metal. With these fixtures, you can have small lights in an encased white frosted glass holder or you can go for colored glass, which will give a colorful glow to your kitchen.
Use any of the lighting ideas mentioned above and your kitchen will definitely look brighter and stylish at the same time.
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