By Armina Jomphe. Chandelier. Published at Sunday, February 25th, 2018 - 12:19:56 PM.
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.
If you have old chandeliers at home you might want to consider restoring them and then selling them via flea markets or garage sales so you can gain a quick profit. If your chandelier is a genuine antique have it appraised since many collectors are willing to dish out $20000 or more for priceless relics from bygone eras. Don't forget to make sure that the antique chandelier sellers are certified and have a credible reputation so that you are guaranteed that you will be paying for a genuine antique lighting fixture.
While most of us have surely seen similar candle chandeliers featured in movies and print (the large fancy type with what seem to be hundreds of candles flickering in unison) the modern candle chandelier has many different faces. In fact many unique candle chandeliers for your home do not contain candles at all! These candle chandeliers actually contain "faux" candles (designs similar to a candle but with a bulb providing the light source). But make no mistake: these chandeliers still work to turn any room in your home into a comfortable and inviting space. In addition these chandeliers can be made using a variety of metals that cost a fraction of true candle holder designs.
Not every chandelier requires the care or two-day polishing of the Pabst Theater chandelier. In fact some modern chandeliers acquire their elegance from their simplicity. Some chandeliers rely on crystals or faux crystals to help accentuate their shine but others use metal detailing with just a few bulbs providing light. There are even wooden chandeliers that mimic the first chandeliers that consisted of wooden cross beams fitted with candles.
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