By Rillia Beck. Chandelier Lamps. Published at Saturday, August 31st, 2019 - 23:28:13 PM.
Before you settle on any particular fixture, take the dimensions of the space into consideration. Chandeliers are usually sized by diameter, height and/or the number of bulbs they have. Most rooms will accept a four- to six-light chandelier, and larger rooms may accommodate a two- or three-tiered fixture, depending on ceiling height. If you aren’t sure if your favorite chandelier will be balanced within a given room, use our Chandelier Size Calculator to help determine the size that’s right for you.
Upgrading your chandelier to use LED or CFL is called retrofitting, and it is often, but not always, possible. It depends on the fixture. There are many LED and CFL retrofit bulbs available in a variety of shapes and bases that you can buy to retrofit, but you need to keep dimming in mind. If your chandelier is wired to a dimmer, you will probably need to buy a new dimmer that is compatible with your CFL or LED bulbs. Remember that a dimmer dims the bulbs, not the fixture.
For casual drama in a living room or dining room, this industrial-style chandelier is both elegant and unfussy. The 5-light chandelier is 28.9 " x 47.2 " at the longest rod setting, but the hanging bar comes in three pieces so you can adjust the hanging height. The light is fully dimmable and compatible with LED bulbs. And the line comes with coordinating 3-light, 4-light or pendant fixtures that you could buy separately if you wanted to coordinate lighting through adjoining spaces, like a great room or shared kitchen and dining space.
If you want a contemporary crystal chandelier which can be placed in the dining room, living room or even in the bedroom, this is the ideal choice for you. This beautiful piece has some shimmering crystal balls which have been attached to some silver metal fixture making your chandelier a bit sophisticated. It needs six light bulbs having a maximum of forty watts per bulb.
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