By Inaas Champagne. Chandelier. Published at Tuesday, February 13th, 2018 - 03:25:27 AM.
One of the newest trends today is installing these lighting fixtures in nontraditional roomsa s the installation of a chandelier into any type of room if applicable can add extra flair drama romance and even personality. Some modern chandeliers have unique glows which give out a wonderful radiance that puts out a different blend of colors as well and can effectively transform a standard or even run-of-the-mill room into one truly fabulous part of the home. Today's More Modern Designs Are A Far Cry From Previous Simple Patterns.
We commonly think of "antique chandeliers" as those sparkly monstrosities with several tiers of crystal ornaments from the Victorian Era. Although contemporary interior designers say that these chandeliers have gone out of style these "classics" have made several comebacks over the decades. This is proof enough that these chandeliers have a timeless charm that not only appeals to all people but can easily complement any type of motif ranging from Minimalist to ultra-modern decor.
Contemporary chandeliers can be made of numerous different metal finishes such as bronze brass nickel chrome and even silver. There are heaps of bronze finishes such as weathered bronze imperial bronze tannery bronze dorian bronze and sable bronze patinas. With the nickel finishes one can get from brushed nickel brushed nickel with chrome iron oxide olde pewter olde iron polished brass empire silver distressed black and so on. Indeed there are even a lot of varieties in terms of the shades such as marble glass shades etched opal glass shades antique etched glass Venetian Scavo glass double French Scavo glass umber with teadust glass umbered alabaster silk shades and a lot lot more.
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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