Published at Thursday, February 08th, 2018 - 00:27:15 AM. . By Kelsey C.
Every chandelier comes with ornaments, usually teardrop shaped ones that come in clusters hanging on the metal frame. In brushed nickel chandelier, various materials are used for the ornaments. The most common ones include opal, marble, frosted and opaque glasses, and even crystals. Of course, it all depends on what your budget is, with crystals being one of the more expensive choices and glass as one of the more budget friendly options. Brushed nickel chandelier is best placed in foyers, as it gives a soft touch of light without overwhelming the visitors. The design is usually done in three, five, or seven layers - the more the layers, the bigger the chandelier and the more the light bulbs are.
Firstly it is important to consider the position of the lighting in relation to the dining room table, as this is the part of the room that needs to be well lit. A fashionable design is to have a pendant light hanging over the middle of the table. A pendant light is a light suspended by a chain or rod. Be careful when selecting the size of the pendant, that it does not make the room look smaller by choosing an appropriate size. When placing the dining room light fixture, it should be suspended at an optimum distance between the ceiling and the dining table so that the light falls in the best possible way.
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