Alisanne Mariette Chandelier July 10, 2018 09:17:24
Choosing a chandelier is made simple by the many different styles. Today there are chandeliers and other hanging lamps designed to fit into almost any décor. Even men who dream in flannel and boots can find a variety of chandelier styles to fit their design scheme.
The vintage and traditional type of chandeliers use candle lights or incandescent lights for illuminations and have yellow-tinted illumination while modern chandeliers have fluorescent or LED light bulbs and give bright white luminescence. Lighting chandeliers with candle lights is not practically possible on an everyday basis hence modern chandeliers have electric bulbs that are designed to look like candle lights.
Chandeliers have always been associated with power and wealth and subsequently through the ages many monarchs have owned chandeliers both because of the immense glamour they bring to their surroundings but also because they were seen as a symbol of high class status and demonstrated their wealth. Although a genuine chandelier was not to be created until the 12th century during the 8th century hanging lamps became more decorative and artistic a shadow of the extravagance and beauty that would one day be associated with chandeliers. Between the 11th and the 15th century the Flemish town of Dimant became famous for its chandelier brass works and in the 16th century the Dutch brass ball chandelier became popular. Over the next couple of centuries chandeliers became popular particularly for the very wealthy and royals. The chandeliers changed in many ways shapes and sizes as technology and fashion modernised and transformed.
A crystal chandelier can be placed anywhere. The most popular place to hang a crystal chandelier is definitely the living room followed by the bedroom hall and dining room. We have also encountered a crystal chandelier in a bathroom however it was a huge room with a perfect system of ventilation to take away humidity which can influence the lifetime and functionality of the chandelier as well as the health of the user. Our chandeliers are shipped with IP code 20 (effective against insertion of fingers or similar objects but not insulated against any harmful ingress of water). A customer / user is fully liable for installing a chandelier in an environment contrary to the design parameters thereof as well as for any damage to the chandelier caused by placing it in such an environment.
Aside from these major parts chandeliers also have supplemental and/or replacement pieces. Some of the replaceable parts include the light bulbs sockets and converters. If chandelier covers are too expensive for you to replace you can go for inexpensive chandelier lamp shades in various colors and designs. You can also change the chains collars and canopies that function to suspend the chandelier to your ceiling. For candle chandeliers you can add quaint bobeches which will catch any wax drippings.
For those of you who like to be outrageous go with a crazy style of chandelier. However there are some guidelines to follow when selecting one of these chandeliers. Too often people excitedly buy a chandelier with bright colors or with a wild design but then come to dislike its atypical appearance over time. Try to balance it in some way if you have a wacky styled chandelier make sure it has a conservative color. If you want an unconventional color be sure it matches the area in which it will be located. It is possible to buy a chandelier that you will enjoy the appearance of for a great many years while still expressing your outgoing personality.