Chandeliers Opulent And Regal
A chandelier has come a long way; from arched wooden candle holders to glass and crystal ornate fittings, carrying innumerable electric lamps. All through its journey, these branched lighting fixtures have been synonymous with opulence, class and grandeur. Kings, presidents, celebrities and other high profile entities have always adored them.
Chandeliers are available in many mesmerizing forms; from vintage to contemporary. The former typically includes decorative designs with crystals hanging delicately from accented arms, while the latter consists of linear designs typically built from silver and chrome plated brass material. Modern chandelier carries numerous lamps housed in an array of glass and crystal coverings.
On the other hand a wrought iron chandelier is most suitable for country homes. Whether it's classic or modern, these fittings require attention and regular maintenance because of their flamboyant form. They are available from 18 inches to more than 60 inches in diameter. The location (foyer, study room, dining hall or bedroom) determines the size of these multi-tiered, elegant lighting fixtures.
Auxiliary lamps or floor lamps are essential in any room which has a chandelier. These lamps require no external support or mounting. They literally stand on their own feet, providing illumination for several chores such as reading, chatting and socializing with friends. A floor lamp more often than not is complemented by a lamp shade which diffuses and disperses the light. Tripod lamp, metal or marble base lamp, lamps made of wood and bamboo lamps are some of the designs which are suitable for modern as well as country homes.
One of the inherent and amazing qualities of flush ceiling lights is its ability to set the mood. A flush ceiling light creates a soothing ambience. Whether you are watching a television show, or listening to music, flush lighting peps up the mood. Your enjoyment quotient increases remarkably.
Flush lights as the name suggests are fittings which are literally flush mounted. None of the parts of the fitting are visible except for the diffused illumination. A flush ceiling light is available in various lengths, shapes and materials. Aluminium, chrome steel, plastic and wood are some of the popular materials that are used to craft them. These fittings can hold bulbs or fluorescent lamps.
They are extremely practical and most suitable for homes which have low ceiling.