Mari Holzer. chandelier. October 05th , 2017.
You will need several parts and tools to install a chandelier. Of course you need the chandelier itself and all of the parts that come with it. You will also need a step ladder, a metal outlet box, wire nuts, a small wood strip, an expandable bracket (typically used for ceiling fans), a circuit tester, and a small bracket that has bolts attached. The tools needed are pliers, an adjustable wrench, wire cutters, wire strippers, a putty knife, a drywall saw, a carpenter's pencil, a power drill, drill bits, a flat-head screwdriver, and a Phillips screwdriver.
Stitch the top and bottom side of the shades with a needle and a matching thread to prevent the fabric edges from fraying. This will give a finishing touch to your creation.
Color and shape of the lamp shade should match that of the base. Normally, if the lamp base is bottom-heavy, it can be made to look lighter by using a cone-shaped lamp shade. The design can also make a vast difference, and it is vital that the color goes with the base and the room dcor. Fabric for the lamp shade should also be carefully selected, as this can help you create an amazing effect.
Many home and interior lighting pieces, such as crystal chandeliers, hanging light fixtures, add elegance and a radiant charm to the rooms where they hang. While only used to illuminate the entrance halls and ballrooms in Europe before, and reserved for the use of the wealthy, today you can find them across the U.S. as well.
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