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Blown Glass Chandelier

Blown Glass Chandelier

Few lights can be described as “individual” and “unique”, but blown glass chandeliers are one of them, as the material they are made of varies from light to light.  In this way, a semi-customer-specific attractiveness is retained for each model.

Before you hurry up and get the trendiest blown glass chandelier you see online, there are certain aspects you need to think about.  Whatever you choose, you can expect it to create the right atmosphere in your home.  Every time you have visitors, compliments will come in!

To make sure that what you choose best suits your needs and preferences, the first thing you need to do is determine where to put the blown glass chandelier as it will affect the right style for your home lighting.  Most people think that chandeliers are only for foyers and dining rooms.

You can also hang chandeliers in other places like your bedroom!  Getting one with a dimmer and hanging it over your bed will give the room a romantic feel.  You can even build a mini chandelier in your bathroom and install it over your claw-foot tub.  This will add class, sophistication and glamor to your main bathroom!  For a chic and elegant look, try installing mini blown glass chandeliers over your kitchen island instead of adding the standard pendant lights.

Blown glass chandeliers come in almost all styles.  So choose the chandelier that compliments the theme of your room rather than detracting from it.

For size, measure the width and length of your room in feet, then add the two measurements together.  Change the sum from feet to inches and you will get the correct diameter for your chandelier.  For dining rooms, blown glass chandeliers must be less than 30 cm in diameter than the width of the dining tables.  Also, keep in mind that it is always better to have chandeliers that are a little too big than those that are too small!

Finding the right length is easy as all you need is 7 feet of space between your floor and the top or bottom of the chandelier.  For dining tables, leave 30 inches from the top of the chandelier to the tabletop.

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