BY Ysabell On Dec 30, 2016 Chandelier
Both have a lower wattage but provide the same light output as higher wattage incandescent bulbs. LEDs are also cool to the touch. In general, look for a warm white color temperature for living rooms and bedrooms, a bright white color temperature for kitchens and workspaces, and a daylight color temperature for reading nooks and studies. For more information on light bulbs
Lighting collections offer fixtures in the same style and finish for many areas of the home. For more information on lighting options, Do not forget light bulbs. Things like color temperature, lumen and wattage all play a factor in your rooms quality of light. Light emitting diodes (LEDs) and compact fluorescents (CFLs) help lower energy costs.
Finishes – Chandeliers come in a variety of finishes. Take a cue from the existing finishes in your home. If the door handles and cabinet hardware are all in brushed nickel, choose lighting fixtures in a complementary finish. Popular chandelier finishes include: • Antique bronze • Oil-rubbed bronze • Brushed nickel • Polished nickel • Black iron
Shades – Chandelier shades typically come in glass or fabric. Glass shades allow brighter light; fabric shades provide more diffused light. Popular chandelier shades include: • Seeded glass • Etched glass • Rain glass • Frosted glass • Tiffany-style glass • Linen
Two things to remember when hanging a chandelier are: Be sure it does not block the view of people seated at the table and it does not hang too low so people bump into it. Use the chart to help find the size that works for your home.
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Ysabell is the Lifestyle Editor at Hearst Digital Media. Previously she was a digital editor at Ysabell Weddings and Travel + Leisure.
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