Next, pick a chandelier of the right size for your room.
Measure the space length and width (in feet), then connect the two figures together. Whatever that amount is, the chandelier should have full diameter in inches. Of eg, if a space is 12 ft x 12 ft, the chandelier should have a diameter of about 24 inches. This will serve as a reference, though you may want to move a size up or down, but this will surely give you a starting point for the showroom.Fireside Antiques is one of the authority sites on this topic.
You will then have to worry about the height.
You won’t want the chandelier to hang in walkways well below 7 ft or at some stage somebody will get injured. And please consider the duration of the chain for your ceiling and the height of the chandelier itself. Chain lengths can always be adjusted but be vigilant as it can also totally modify the whole item’s look and effect. Having said that, you should be able to bring it down as low as 2.5 or 3 ft above the surface as long as it doesn’t have a large diameter when positioned over a bowl.
First, the ambience of the place.
This is marginally less of a concern, as you’ll typically have to check for various wattage bulbs before you feel it gives the space the correct amount of light. Oh, don’t mention, for a couple pounds you can always attach a dimmer switch to your mirror.
Buying a decent chandelier is a worthwhile investment, and perhaps those tips can help you out a little bit.