Mari Holzer. chandelier. August 14th , 2017.
Chandelier lamps look great when hanged in a room and offer an elegant look to your room. But many people are reluctant to buy them due to their high cost and maintenance. And those who already own one, may agree that chandelier shades look awful and outdated when they get old. The owners are in a dilemma; they neither can throw them nor are they very happy to retain it. But there is a fantastic solution to this problem and without you having to spend much. These shades are a superb way to give a new, fresh look to the same old chandelier light fixtures. They come in various colors, shapes which can suit your home decor and fit in your budget as well. Interestingly you can make chandelier shades even at home with the basic materials required for it and your creativity. The following part of the article will support your imagination and help you to make some beautiful, grand chandelier shades.
A lot of people are interested in purchasing a chandelier in order to add elegance and spark to a certain room in their homes. When buying chandeliers, or anything for that matter, it is important that you can ensure that the chandelier that you are purchasing is of good quality. Nobody wants to buy something for a certain amount, only to find out later that they did not get what they paid for. Making sure that your chandelier is of good quality is very important if you want to get your moneys worth.
Always keep in mind that chandelier and elegance go together conceptually. In fact, many consider a chandelier to be a piece of art.
One of my favorite topics is the chandelier because of its history as a method of lighting that was used before the sixteenth century. The earliest chandeliers were very basic, almost primitive devices that involved two pieces of wood connected together to form a cross. A spike was inserted at each end to hold the candles and a rope or chain was connected to the crosspiece and then suspended from the ceiling. As a former antique dealer, Ive found that nearly all of the earliest chandeliers were destroyed and very few authentic examples remain in existence today.
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