Published at Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 - 18:34:02 PM. Chandelier. By Armina Jomphe.
Regardless of style, chandeliers provide not only light but a bold stroke of elegance to any décor. Once relegated primarily to dining areas, chandeliers are now gracing just about any room of a home. A chandelier can serve as the centerpiece to the room, immediately drawing attention and comment, or a chandelier can be provide lighting and a more understated tone of class and extravagance. In a smaller room, chandelier lighting can offer a chic look without overpowering the room. For a more modern look, an asymmetrical, metal and light chandelier can serve both lighting and decorative needs.
A home's front porch or front steps may also feature a hanging or pendant chandelier, and these can also be made to work in any room, however, especially when the design is coupled with a ceiling fan. Modern-day pendant chandeliers are a bit different from the standard hanging chandeliers of old, because they usually use fewer bulbs per chandelier. It's quite uncommon to find pendants that use a single bulb as their source of light, although as many as three or four bulbs can be seen depending on the design. It's important to note, too, that multiple pendants are sometimes combined into one design to create a multi-level effect, with pendants hanging at slightly different heights.
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