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Industrial Chandeliers

An industrial chandelier uses some of the traditional principles of industrial design in service of a suspended lighting fixture. Some of these look very similar to traditional chandeliers, but others are unique and creative twists on the classic design. Many industrial chandeliers can easily serve as the centerpiece of a room and a great conversation starter.

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Industrial design is one of the hottest new trends in interior decor. Exposed beams, raw wood and polished metal surfaces are all great ways to give a space a rustic DIY look that home and small business owners alike crave. You can add a touch of elegance and class to rustic space by installing an industrial chandelier.

What Materials Are Used in Industrial Chandeliers?

Industrial chandeliers rarely use tinkling glass or delicate crystal the way traditional chandeliers do. Instead, they use free-hanging light bulbs that may be mounted on more raw-looking materials such as wooden beams or cast iron fixtures. While they may have a rougher appearance than traditional chandeliers, they still provide the same diffuse mood lighting when placed and hung correctly.

Choosing the Right Chandelier

When choosing an industrial chandelier, make sure that the one you pick is not too big for the space in which you are going to hang it. Chandeliers are available in all sizes, so you should have little problem finding one that is well-suited to your space. Chandeliers should be at least four feet from all the surrounding walls. Larger chandeliers are more acceptable in dining areas, but small fixtures often work better in other areas of the home.

Hanging Your Industrial Chandelier

Make sure your chandelier is hung at the right height. The chandelier should be at an appropriate height so that light is directed on the area you want to illuminate, but it should not be hung so low that people can walk into it. You may want to adjust your chandelier several times to get it to the perfect height.

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