chandelier. Friday , July 21st , 2017 - 20:13:52 PM
Say, you have a dining table that is 48" long and 36" wide. In that case, the diameter of the chandelier is as follows:
If your style is more modern and contemporary, then here are some ideas that you can use. Keep the fixtures and handles simple, but splurge on the lights. Choose pendant lights, which are the latest rage in kitchen dcor. Or go in for shapes like squares, orbs, hexagons, cubes, cylinders, etc., to add a touch of finesse and, at the same time, give your kitchen a seemingly casual, yet sophisticated look. The best option would be bright LED lights for these designs.
Photo by Amy Bartlam. Design by Veneer Designs.
It is recommended that you research about antique chandelier designs as well as observe photos and actual authentic pieces to compare with the one you have. Most antique chandeliers are made of bronze, brass or crystal. The carvings and designs are very intricate making each one almost unique. Being several years old, these chandeliers may use candles, gas, kerosene or whale oil. Some may also use electricity or have been modified to be electric.
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