Buying And Installing White Rustic Chandelier
This article will focus on buying and installing a white rustic chandelier. A white rustic chandelier is probably most appropriate in a room where a lot of white is used as accent and trim, on cabinet doors, and so forth. The ceiling should be a contrasting color. Blue would really show off such a chandelier, especially sky blue. Dark colored ceilings make a room look smaller, but can also create a dramatic effect that can be accented with a white rustic chandelier. Consider putting a small white rustic chandelier in a bathroom or hallway.
The first place to look for any type of white rustic chandelier is a lamp store. Also, try home improvement stores, antique shops and flea markets. When buying a white rustic chandelier, keep in mind the size of the room you’re going to put it in (particularly ceiling height) as well as the colors and decor. If you find one you like, but it isn’t white, you can paint it.
How to install a white rustic chandelier? Several DIY websites and books give instructions on installation, or ask at the store where you buy the chandelier. They might be able to give you the names of local handymen who can install it for you. Home improvement stores often have installation services. You can still buy, or even make, a candle chandelier. These are even easier to install than the electric version. Take fire safety precautions when using a candle chandelier; hang it low enough that it won’t smoke up the ceiling, be sure the candle holders have drip guards, use no-drip candles, keep wicks well-trimmed and never leave burning candles unattended.