chandelier. Monday , April 03rd , 2017 - 22:13:52 PM
Say, you have a dining table that is 100" long and 48" wide. In that case, the diameter of each chandelier is given as follows:
Wrap the ribbon around the top of the shade and cut at the end. Keeping this as an ideal measurement, cut out some more ribbons for the remaining shapes.
Choosing the correct size is vital, as a very large chandelier could overcome a tiny room while a small chandelier installed over a long dining room table will look lost. In general, however, bigger is usually better since too often a chandelier can look tiny. In checking the fixture's width, add the length and the width of your room and use this sum, in inches, as a measure of your chandelier diameter.
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