Mari Holzer. chandelier. October 05th , 2017.
Chandeliers are a set of decorative lights put together on one stand, and hung from the center of the ceiling to light the entire room. They were first made by glass makers of Bohemia in the early 16th century, with rock crystals and quartz. This lighting style was found either in medieval churches, monasteries, or in the houses of wealthy people in those times, but today, it is an integral part of home lighting. There are many exquisite designs in which these come, and you can match them with your home's interior. It is quite simple to install one on your own; all you need to do is to make sure that you do it in a proper way.
Once there was a grand ball and all the people of the world were invited. They had wonderful music, great food, and lots of laughter and people were having a great time. And there was a huge crystal chandelier hanging above the dance floor which reflected the light of the moon through the ballroom window onto all the walls. Everyone could see the moon light coming through the window as white light.
Next we have sconces. Sconces can either be plugged in or hard-wired to the electrical system. They are mounted on the wall and provide accent lighting rather than general lighting because of their smaller size. Finally we have track lighting and recessed lighting. Track lighting has several lights all mounted on a single track, which is then installed into the ceiling. Track lighting is perfect for spots where there is no room for a floor lamp or other fixtures to fit. Recessed lighting is embedded into the ceiling, no wires or lamp shades necessary! It won't be overwhelmingly bright and it's often used in kitchens and living rooms.
Say, the height of your room is 8 feet, which is the standard height of ceilings in the U.S. In that case, the height of the chandelier should be anywhere between 20" (8 x 2.5) and 24" (8 x 3).
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