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Chandeliers
wrought iron chandelier
wrought iron chandelier in silver leaf
wrought iron chandelier in silver-leaf finish and Italian glass trim
wrought iron chandelier in silver-leaf
air balloon chandelier
air balloon chandelier in gold-leaf
Empire style crystal chandelier
six-light Empire style crystal chandelier
maria theresa crystal chandelier
Maria Theresa style crystal chandelier
Venetian glass chandeliers
Venetian glass chandeliers
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Chandeliers Scale


Scale consideration when choosing chandeliers

Scale consideration is really a matter of common sense. To avoid any problems while shopping for chandeliers, do not rely on your scale memory. Before you start shopping, determine how large a chandelier you want. One way to determine a chandelier size needed is with tape measure or yardstick and a partner. Position yourself into the room about where you want the chandelier to be placed.

Checking size of a chandelier

Using your hands, try to demonstrate the height of the chandelier you think might be right-upper hand with palm facing down, lower hand with palm facing up. Ask your partner to stand across the room and determine if that size of chandelier would work. If he/she determines it does, have him/her measure the space between your hands. This is by no means a foolproof method of chandeliers size determination, but it will give you some parameters to begin to narrow the possibilities of chandeliers.

Broad chandeliers, which are wider than they are high, work well in a large room with low ceilings. If you're using it in a dining room proceed with caution. Chandeliers that have a much larger than usual diameter will probably work better over a large square or round table than over a rectangular one. High, narrow chandeliers are more forgiving. But make sure that the room has enough height to accommodate this type of chandeliers.

When placing chandeliers over the dining table always remember that the bottom of the chandelier has to be high enough for diners to see across the table without visual obstruction or glare from the chandelier. The lowest point of the chandelier should be 36" above and centered with the table surface.

 
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chandeliers placement
Exactly where chandelier goes in the room is an important design consideration. A chandelier is usually a significant part of a room's decorative scheme and has a strong visual presence. The first thing to consider is the wiring because it involves not only electrical work, but often carpentry, plasterwork, and painting. So where to place the junction box, which will determine where the chandelier will be hung, is something you want to get right the first time. read more on where to hang a chandelier>>

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choosing chandeliers
It is very important to consider the scale when choosing a chandelier. You have to think of how it should impact the room and the size that would be absolutely perfect for it. Different kinds of chandeliers impact the space in different ways: crystal chandeliers impact with their volume, while the wrought iron chandeliers impact with its lines and its overall shape to impact.... read more on choosing chandeliers that are just right >>

wood chandeliers - carved wood chandelier

carved wood chandeliers
Our carved wood chandeliers are a perfect example of how a master artisan's hands something transform something simple into a work of art. Our wood chandeliers display excellent craftsmanship and details resulting in a beautiful treasure. Wood chandeliers presented on this page are inspired by the great wooden chandeliers at the turn of the 18th century... read more on about wood chandeliers>>

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