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How to Use Commercial Chandeliers for Home Transformation

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2021 is looking like a bright year. 

It could be the new promotion or upgraded wardrobe that has your future lit up. It also might literally be the amazing lighting structures you've installed in your home. That's right, you're not the only one who wants a makeover.

There's no need to completely renovate each room for a noticeable transformation. Give your home the upgrades it deserves by installing elegant chandeliers around your home. 

Keep reading below for a quick guide on how to use commercial chandeliers to transform your home. It's easier than you think it is. 

Decide What Areas to Transform

You probably already have an idea of where you want to install chandelier lighting, but it's important to plan ahead before you start spending the money. Grab a notebook and pen. 

Walk around your home, and take a good look at each room and your current lighting fixtures. Which spaces do you envision a chandelier? Are there any spaces that seem dull and in need of a major upgrade?

Most people don't have the money to change out all of the lighting fixtures at once so you'll want to prioritize the areas you want to focus on first. For example, you might focus on your dining room first because there's been a dinner party you've been wanting to host. 

Select Your Style

Once you know where you're installing your luxury lighting, decide on your desired style. A lighting fixture can quickly change the aesthetic of the room. 

If you're wanting a room that immediately says grandiose elegance, try going for a larger chandelier with touches of gold and plenty of tiers. Go for a simpler, sleek design if you're wanting to tap into modern design.

Focus on the types of metals used, the shapes of the bulbs or any jewels used, and the overall structure of the chandelier. Once you have it installed, you can further develop your style with other decor and furniture. 

Other Things to Consider

Beyond the actual style of the chandelier, there are a few other factors to consider when selecting the fixture. 

The first thing you'll want to consider is the overall size of the chandelier. If your chandelier size is disproportionate to the size of the room, it will throw off the balance. 

Too tiny of a chandelier will look a bit silly compared to the rest of the room, but something too large might be overwhelming for you and your guests. Go to your nearest lighting store to at least gather a strong sense of sizing before you order anything. 

You'll also want to consider the amount of light the structure emits. Some chandeliers look large but don't give off much light. This could be better for mood lighting in your home, but it doesn't serve many practical purposes. 

Lastly, check to see if you're able to dim the chandelier. Different circumstances call for different amounts of light. No one wants to be blinded at a romantic anniversary dinner. 

Seek Out Inspiration

Choosing the perfect dining room chandelier isn't easy. Luckily for you, there are tons of online resources to seek out design inspiration. 

Hop onto your favorite interior designer's blog, or check out staged photos lighting companies have created. You can even take a few hours to stroll through furniture stores to get a feel of what you like. 

Another great place to look is social media. Many influencers love giving sneak peeks into their home life on their Instagram. If there's someone's style you admire, don't be afraid to dig through their profile for ideas. 

Do you have a friend that knows a thing or two about interior design? Don't be afraid to check out their home the next time you visit. They can give you online stores to check out for your next luxury lighting investment.

Don't Be Afraid to Take a Risk

You won't be able to achieve the house transformation of your dreams without taking a risk. It's time to step out of your comfort zone, even if it's just with a new chandelier. 

Dull living environments can bring us down. Create a sleek setting with emerald green walls, wood stained furniture, and a geometrical gold chandelier. Turn a dark room into a bright one with white walls, pops of color in your rug, and a funky silver chandelier. 

You also shouldn't feel contained in transforming only the more communal areas. Consider installing a new chandelier in your bathroom to add light to your morning skincare routine. Bring romance back into the bedroom by installing a simple chandelier about the bed.

Once you have all of your new chandeliers in place, keep up the same energy with the room decor. You'll want to find pieces that compliment your new lighting fixtures. This will help tie everything together. 

Hire a Professional

After purchasing a chandelier, hire a local professional to come and hang it. They'll be able to handle all the tricky electrical stuff and guarantee it's situated exactly the way you want it. 

Fully communicate your vision before letting someone get to work. Giving them a clear understanding of what you want will help them decide the appropriate height to hang it and where to hang it. 

If you're not sure who to hire, check out online reviews of local contractors. You can even talk to friends who have had similar work done in their homes. 

Use Commercial Chandeliers to Create the Home of Your Dreams

Being in your own home shouldn't bore you this new year. It's time to create the home of your dreams. Start by installing beautiful commercial chandeliers to brighten up your life. 

Select a chandelier that speaks to your style, whether you prefer more vintage looks or something modern. You'll need to consider the amount of light it emits and the size of the chandelier. Don't be afraid to step outside of your comfort zone. 

If you're looking for some interior design help, you've ended up in the right place. Check out the rest of our site for furniture, interior design ideas, and lighting fixtures. Don't forget to look at our trade program.
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