Highlight Your Rooms with Installing the Prefect Bedroom Chandeliers
Vary widely the design elements of bedroom chandeliers from one fixture to the next.
Ceiling lighting fixtures differ from chandeliers in that they are suspended from the ceiling rather than mounted directly onto it and flush against the ceiling. Bedroom chandeliers are available in wide array of sizes including single and multiple tiers as well as mini chandeliers. Styles range from simple, shaded fixtures to elaborate, multi-tiered chandeliers with dangling crystal accents.
For almost every style of decor, there are bedroom chandeliers available.
Bedroom chandeliers can use either traditional light bulbs or candles for providing light. Light bulbs are used in other styles of chandelier that do not have candle type lights. The bulbs may be covered with individual decorative globes or shades, and in some instances, the entire fixture is covered with shade rather than each bulb being covered separately.
The chandelier “tier” refers to the number of levels of lighting. A single-tiered chandelier has only one level, or row, of lighting accents, and a fixture with multiple tiers will have two or more levels of light bulbs or candles. The top tier of multi-tiered fixture is generally narrower than the bottom tier with each level of the fixture becoming wider from top to bottom. Each tier in descending order usually has more light bulbs or candles than the previous tier.
Simple bedroom chandeliers may have only few bulbs with plain glass covers while traditional chandelier may have several levels of candles, intricate decorative scroll work, and faceted, hanging crystals that shimmer and reflect light from the candles. Many types of bedroom chandeliers fall in the middle of the spectrum, being a bit more elegant and fancy than simple chandelier but not as elaborate as a chandelier one might find in formal dining room.