The point of this article. This article seeks to clarify your chandelier options. There are a vast number of chandeliers available. While it seems there is no rhyme or reason to the types and shapes, the fact is that there is a proper organization to chandelier shape and style. This article seeks to organize your chandelier options so that you can methodically go through and figure out exactly what type, style, shape and number of tiers you want for your chandelier. The starting point is identifying the chandelier shapes. For you, that means deciding on a chandelier shape. Next, it's choosing the number of tiers. Another approach you can take when choosing is to start with the style. For example, if your home is designed in the Mediterranean style, you may want to filter down by Mediterranean styles, then choose a shape and finally the number of tiers. FYI, not all shapes offer all tiers. For example, some shapes may only offer 1 or 2 tiered chandeliers.
Chandelier Styles and Shapes for Your Home. Chandeliers can make the space in 2 ways. First, they can look amazing in their own right. A real showpiece for a room. Second, they illuminate a space and as we know, the light in any room can have a huge impact on the interior design. Light impacts your mood. In fact, while it's well know lack of natural light can negatively impact your emotional wellbeing, the intensity of interior light can also have an impact on your emotions. One example is that people in brighter light have more intense emotions, both good and bad. Examples of more intense emotions include wanting spicier sauce, perceiving someone more attractive and even reporting the temperature being warmer (source: Huffington Post). Interestingly, light can also affect what we eat, how much we eat and how fast we eat (source: Mentalfloss.com). Accordingly, the light in your home is a very important decision, both for aesthetic purposes and functional purposes (i.e. your enjoyment and wellbeing within your home). What is a chandelier? A chandelier is a type of ceiling light. Merriam Webster defines a chandelier as “a branched often ornate lighting fixture suspended from a ceiling.” The immediate question that arises is, how is a chandelier technically different from some pendant lights? After all, pendant lights such as the island/antler variety are branched lighting fixtures too? It boils down to the amount of branches. 2, 3 or even 4 branches are still pendant. Moreover, the pendant light is larger as well. But, once there are more than 4 branches with smaller lights, it's a chandelier.
Master Bedrooms with Flush & Semi-Flush Mount Ceiling Lights (Photos). If pendant lights or a chandelier doesn't work in your master bedroom due to ceiling height, flush and semi-flush mount ceiling lights are a good option. These can be nicely complemented with recessed lighting. It's important not to undermine your choice of ceiling lights in all rooms. The light fixture makes a huge a difference to the room. In fact, your light fixture choice can dramatically enhance a room's design, especially your master bedroom.
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