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DINING AND LIVING ROOM CHANDELIER DESIGNS

Decorative and functional, the dining room chandelier adds elegance to entertaining areas while providing much needed overhead lighting. Lamps Plus offers the best selection of formal and casual dining room chandeliers, plus Free Shipping on our best-selling designs. From beautiful crystal designs to warm looks in wood and bronze, we offer a wide variety of styles and sizes for any room. Not sure which one's best for you? Give our lighting experts a call, we're here to help!

SELECTING THE PERFECT DINING ROOM CHANDELIER

Today there are 1000s of chandeliers from which to choose. Technology has really opened up so many possibilities. No matter what your style, there is definitely a chandelier to match. Here is how to select the perfect dining room chandelier.

To begin, decide on a style. Chrome and glass chandeliers set a modern atmosphere; a crystal chandelier is usually considered more traditional, while iron can have an industrial edge. Whatever you choose, make sure you really like it. This choice is an extension of your style and memories will be made around, or in this case, under it.Now, determine the chandelier size. Here are two easy ways-this first is to measure the length and width of the room. Add those together. Now, convert this number to inches.

The second way is to select a chandelier that is three quarters the width of your dining table.

As a general rule the bottom of the fixture should hang between 30" and 36" from the tabletop. For your ceiling higher than 8' hang the chandelier a little higher.

With so many styles and designs, and so many factors to take into consideration before picking the right dining room chandelier, we can understand that you might need to read more before making a purchase. That's why we prepared the "How to Buy a Chandelier" buying guide, an online resource that covers the most frequently asked questions.

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