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Foyer, Hallway, Entryway You should leave at least 7 feet of space between the chandelier and your floor Kids Lights 7• Silver Tones 1931• Traditional 2468• Nickel Tones 4116• Contact Us If you think you have reached this page in error or inquiries regarding previously placed orders, you may reach us at
Gold Tones 2341• Tropical 7• Patterns 5• Schoolhouse 3• Jar 3• We have chandeliers that are so you add a sense of sophistication to your outdoor spaces and patios Whites 868• Spanish 165• Bowl 32• Globe 553• Art Deco 402• Bulb 4• Hang it about 8 feet over your tub for sufficient clearance room
Cluster 1• Greens 50• Scandinavian 14• Drum 1378• Geometric 412• Southwestern 15• Industrial 699• Transitional 3762• Your chandelier should also be about 1 foot narrower than the surface of your table
Empire 558• Square 269• Bubble 54• Barn 5• Mid-Century Modern 256• Bell 40• Botanical 99• Rustic 596• For every foot in that space, you want to plan for about 2 Candle Style 5478• Tiered 1• Clear 612• Rectangle 85• Urn 5• Middle Eastern 4• Craftsman 384• Cylinder 167• Example: If you have a 10-foot by 10-foot room, your chandelier should be about 20 inches in diameter
Grays 76• Example: If you have an 8 foot tall ceiling, you want about a 24-inch long chandelier fixture Dark Wood Finishes 183• Standard 391• Contemporary 2471• Copper Tones 277• Shabby Chic 139• Blacks 4089• Waterfall 439• Yellows 14• Bronze Tones 4740• Ring 1056• Bedrooms, Living Rooms, Etc
Tapered 140• Chromes 2225• Visit West Elm at and Pottery Barn Kids at Vintage 60• Use our sizing guidelines above to find the perfect size chandelier for these rooms
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