Isabella Basile Chandeliers Design January 04, 2018 14:59:20
Diffused Lighting: Many people like to have sober diffused lighting in their home. They do not like the glare of very bright lights. If you too desire such lighting you should choose a chandelier with uplights. An uplight will throw light on the ceiling which then gets diffused and provides a very warm glow. You can also choose a chandelier with shades as this will help to maximize the light filtering down but reduce the glare at the same time.
Bead-shell chandeliers are popular contemporary chandelier fixtures designed from beads and shells. The most common type of shell used for such chandelier pieces is the Capiz shell which is commonly referred to as mother-of-pearl shell. Bead-shell chandeliers often emit soft lights which makes them more preferable to be used in fine dining restaurants. They are also commonly fixated near pictures and paintings to highlight these interior elements.
Kichler Crystal Chandeliers. Kichler`s exclusive line of Chandelettes or mini chandeliers offer the glamorous look of a chandelier over your vanity or desk in your breakfast nook or as a bed side light.
Ceramic Chandeliers: The next most expensive are the ceramic chandeliers which are made of porcelain. Ceramic chandeliers are mostly manufactured in China and exported all over the world. The Netherlands also have porcelain factories that manufacture ceramic ones.
Style of the chandelier: As it is most likely going to be the center of attention in any room it is essential that you choose a chandelier that has a look and style which is in keeping with the rest of your décor. You do not want to draw attention to your chandelier for all the wrong reasons after all!
Schonbek Chandeliers. Schonbek offers a variety of original chandelier designs from traditional to minimalist. The early crystal chandeliers which date back as far as the sixteenth century were ornamented with rock crystal however in contemporary times such chandeliers have rarely been seen outside palaces and museums. The new Schonbek collection of rock crystal chandeliers is an historic event.