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    Create A Well-Designed Space with Modern White Crystal Chandeliers

    Chandeliers, pendants, and linear suspensions are one of the easiest ways to create an instant focal point in modern commercial and residential spaces. In addition to providing ample lighting in spaces like entryways, dining areas, and offices, chandeliers are multifunctional fixtures that add unmatched style and sophistication to modern spaces. Today's most popular chandeliers come in a variety of colors, sizes, and styles that make bringing one into your space easier than ever. For decor styles ranging from traditional ultramodern, white crystal chandeliers are an easy way to infuse sophisticated style into modern interiors.

    How to Choose a White Crystal Chandelier

    Choosing the perfect white crystal chandelier for your space begins with understanding the dimensions of the intended installation space. The size of the fixture will be extremely important as this can mean the difference between a space with a well-curated look and one that could use some improvement. In spaces with expansive square footage or higher-than-standard ceilings, ensure that you choose a crystal chandelier that is large enough to effectively light the space but not overpower existing furniture, decor, and fixtures. In smaller rooms or open areas such as entryways and hallways, look for white that are smaller or choose mini-pendants or linear suspensions that provide enough lighting for the area while saving space.

    After you have considered the size of the space in the type of fixture that would work best, it is time to think about the style of the fixture. The crystal chandelier you choose will be largely based on the decor style already present, so draw inspiration from the room's existing elements. For example, in utilitarian or industrial areas, look for white or that offer clean lines and design elements such as the flexibility to be installed as up or downlighting and adjustable cables and combined with finishes ranging from dark bronze to lighter options like off-white and brushed nickel. In more traditional rooms, go for multi-light, candelabra style crystal chandeliers or available in a variety of sizes and styles with coordinating textile or glass shades.

    In addition to aesthetic appeal, the type of lighting your fixture supports is also important. Many of today's top-selling models offer eco-friendly LED lamping that is favored because of its long-lasting illumination and ease-of-use. Many modern fixtures that utilize LED lamping to boast a burn time of up to 50,000 hours and most models support varying color temperatures ranging from subtle 2700K to bright 4000K. As a general rule, the larger the space the brighter the color temperature needed to effectively light the area. For spaces the require a lot of light, such as kitchens, choose that emit approximately 300 to 400 lumens per 100 square feet of space.

    Other Things to Know About White Crystal Chandeliers

    Besides room size, lighting type, and overall style, there are a few more things to consider when choosing the perfect white crystal chandelier. Hanging fixtures should be installed with the help of a qualified electrician, particularly if the fixture is hardwired. Additionally, chandeliers hung in open areas should be about 60 to 70 inches from the floor and those hung in kitchens or formal dining areas must be between 28 and 36 inches above kitchen counters and tabletops.

    Picking out the perfect red drum pendant for your space can be quite a challenge due to the sheer number of sizes, styles, and finishes available. If you are decorating a hard to light space such as a room with high or sloped ceilings, it is advisable to choose larger red ceiling lights such as chandeliers and linear suspensions. Several pendants can also be grouped together to add a dramatic look to these hard to light areas. Entryways and corridors benefit from the addition of low-profile red dome pendant lights.

    No matter which fixture you decide on, all hanging fixtures should adhere to installation guidelines. If the fixture is installed in an open area such as a grand foyer or corridor, the bottom of the fixture should be between 60 and 70 inches from the floor. When placing hanging fixtures above tables or counters, make sure the bottom of the fixture is between 28 and 36 inches above these surfaces. Following these generalized guidelines will maximize the safety and functionality of your new drum pendant fixture.