Wood metal chandelier has a great impact on your dining space. You can configure the entire mood and complete the design of a room for a beautiful and comfortable environment. It can be daunting, however, looking through catalogs or lighting showrooms and trying to choose among so many styles. Use the guidelines to help eliminate through the options and choose a perfect dining chandelier.
Measure the width of the table. The spider you choose should never be wider than your table. A good guideline to follow is that the width of the spider should be 12 inches narrower than the width of a dining table. Measure the dimensions of the room. Do you want a chandelier to create a perfect balance in a dining room? The device should not be so small that it is lost, and it should not be so large that it dominates the table and creates an intense illumination.
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Measure the distance from the surface of the table to the ceiling. Most spiders should hang about 30 to 34 inches above the top of a dining table, if you have 8-foot ceilings. Consider the existing finishes in your room. Make sure that your chandelier is the same, or in a complementary shade, for all metals existing in the room. You do not want to have all the silver frames and then a gold accessory.
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