Stunning Small Chandeliers For Your Rooms
A chandelier is a highly visible element in a room. When it is on, it can draw all attention to itself; away from the rest of the room, the focal point of the room, and even the inhabitants of the room. Chandeliers not only come in large grand sizes, but they also come in small size. These days with ever decreasing house sizes small chandeliers are becoming ever more popular. Like its bigger brother, the small chandelier is designed for decorative effect, with 2 or more arm bearing lights. Essentially, small chandeliers are just a scaled down version of their older brothers, with the same ornate effect as larger chandeliers. Many people still believe that chandeliers are only for the wealthy; however in the modern world smaller, more stylish chandeliers are starting to become fashionable once again, with provisions of chandeliers for all budgets.
Usually small chandeliers are placed in smaller rooms or in conjunction with others in a larger room. Many interior designers use a scale of for 2.5 inches for each foot in height of the room, although for double placements it is recommended that you go off what feels right in the room, and not what on paper is best. 65 cm is about the height that is where the small ones become medium chandeliers. When positioning them in the room, make sure that they are exactly symmetrical to themselves and to the walls. If you are going for one chandelier, say in the dining room, placing it exactly above the middle point of the dining room table is your best bet style wise.