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chandelier installation can be the way to get your room looking its best

Chandelier installation can be the way to get your room looking its best


Chandelier installation is an important skill to learn when you want to make your room look its very best. You want to find out exactly how to hang a chandelier and where to hang it for the ultimate look. Hanging the chandelier in the right spot and at the best height is the key to making it look spectacular.

Choose your chandelier so that it can be placed in the center of the room or exactly over the dining room table and doesn't offset the room proportions. Refrain from choosing a chandelier that is larger than the width of your dining room table to avoid head injuries. Most people choose one that is 12 inches narrower than the table or at least 48 inches from all walls or edges of the room.

Hang the chandelier about 30 to 34 inches over your table when working with an 8-foot ceiling. If you ceiling is higher, add 3 inches per additional foot.

Try using bulbs with low wattage as the heat and glare can impact those in the area. If you would like to control the lighting or change the mood, you can add shades to the candelabra bulbs or install a wall dimmer switch that lets you adjust the light for every need.

When choosing your chandelier, consider all of your options including the size of the room and amount of light you need. You can find a variety of sizes and styles of chandeliers online that you are sure to find something to suit your needs. For more information on chandeliers please choose from the menu below.

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