If you want the main light source in a room to really grab people’s attention, then a chandelier light fixture will do just that. These stylized multi-light luminaires are the largest, brightest, and most exquisite form of suspended lighting. By using several lights that are tiered, grouped, or layered, chandeliers provide more grandeur than single-light or multi-light pendant fixtures. High quality chandelier lighting is made to withstand heavy use for years at a time while retaining its beauty and illumination quality. Hang them in hotel lobbies, foyers, stairwells, dining rooms, living rooms, and other places that you want to have a classy and welcoming appearance with an eye-catching focal point.
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Today's chandeliers retain the basic visual appeal of traditional chandeliers while adding a more contemporary touch. While they are typically thought of as fixtures for strictly formal settings, there are also modern chandeliers, industrial chandeliers, and transitional chandeliers that bring this elegance to other themes and styles. Using ornamental candelabra lamps, Edison lamps, and other antique LED filament bulbs
will accentuate this blend of classic and contemporary style. Generally speaking, small chandeliers with six lights or fewer have a single tier, while larger fixtures have multiple tiers and may require a higher ceiling. Chandeliers designs can have open bulbs or shades in a variety of materials including glass, fabric, or metal mesh, in order to complement both traditional and modern interiors.
By using UL-listed LED chandelier lighting fixtures, you can have high-class lighting while paying low-class operating costs. They are made of materials such as steel and brass that are constructed for longevity. Dimmable chandeliers let you control the brightness level, so you can turn them down or up based on what the mood calls for. Finishes and accents such as oil-rubbed bronze, matte black, satin nickel, and antique brass can emphasize an old-world or new-world feel. Make a chandelier the centerpiece of a space if you want to convey sophistication and class.