There is a wide range of chandeliers in different sizes, colors, materials, shapes, etc., which makes it extremely difficult to find what we really need due to the natural confusion if this one is more beautiful than the other. Chandeliers were very common in the Middle Ages when owning such decorative objects was a sign of wealth. Originally, it was a pair of wooden sticks that were crossed together that could hold sticks and hung from the ceiling. Now, influenced by the old models, we have structures that consist of wood, metal or even glass entirely that carry light bulbs with crystals that refract the light to illuminate the room in different ways. They are not as common as they once were but they still have a good market.
Select the chandelier
Chandeliers can be used in virtually every room from the living room to the kitchen and even the bathroom (recently). They are also common in the dining rooms where the dining table is located in the middle of the room, or if it is placed in a sufficiently large room – Chandeliers for dining rooms are hung centrally, directly above the table. The chandelier that you are going to use in the dining room must depend on the type of table and the rest of the room. One of the easiest ways to find the one that matches is to choose the chandelier with a frame that has the same color as the dining table legs and the chairs that surround it, or by choosing one that has the glass in the same color of the wall. If you are too tired to look around or want quick results, buy a chandelier because they fit most rooms no matter what type of decor it has, but there is one small detail you need to pay attention to, the size of the chandelier. You do not want it to be too big or too small, do you? The width of the chandelier must be at least 12 inches narrower than the dining room surface and the bottom of the chandelier must be at least 30 ″ above the surface of the table. The chandelier must also be at least 4 feet away from the walls.
Chandeliers for the dining room can be of any type, such as modern, antique, Victorian, crystal, chrome, wood, silver, etc. The appearance of the chandelier must match the general decor of the room and it must blend in or stand out beautifully.