Installing Mini Chandelier

A mini chandelier can be an elegant and beautiful addition to your dining room. As a bonus, a chandelier can also be a functional element in the room, the lighting in the area, including table settings, for elegant dinner parties and shared with friends and family member’s class. However, you should not choose any lamp for your room. What you choose depends largely on the size of the dining table and your personal taste.

Instructions

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1 Install a mini chandelier in a dining room that is smaller than the 15-by-15 feet. Mini-spiders are generally less than 20 inches in diameter.

2. Do one chandelier large if your room is larger than 15-by-15 feet. A chandelier large is 36 inches in diameter and up.

3. Note the lamp diameter in relation to the table width. Spider must have a diameter that is about 1 ft. Narrower than the width of the table.

4. Determine the length of the necessary chain to hang the chandelier in your dining room. The chandelier should hang about 30 inches above the table.

5. Evaluate your dining room chandeliers in person. Pay attention to the design of the facility, and the amount of accessories out there. The style accessories and lamp color must match the decor of your room.


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