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How to pick the diameter of your chandelierWhen choosing a chandelier for most spaces, one general rule of thumb will give you a good guide on choosing a size:Width of room (in feet) + length of room (in feet) = diameter/width of chandelier (in inches).So, for example, if your room is 14 feet long by 10 feet wide, a 24-inch diameter chandelier would look proportionate (14 feet + 10 feet = 24 feet, which you convert to inches).
11. Designed by: Fadd StudioLocation: Bengaluru This living room features earth-toned furnishings and exposed cement walls that lend a slightly rustic feel to an otherwise contemporary, minimalist design. It is interesting to see how each element gets its due attention in the double-height space. To top it off, the over-sized chandelier makes a memorable statement in the room.Spotted! 8 Statement Lights Perfect for Living Rooms
The main entrance opens out into a double-height living and dining area. The entire shell has been given a matte cement texture. The team accentuated this canvas with bold silhouettes, glossy finishes and metallic details. The two elements that really stand out are a tall custom-made artwork made on wooden planks and the central chandelier. “We needed something imposing that didn’t distract from the overall textural quality. This Vibia chandelier not only fills the volume, but its simple construction and elegant black outline shows out against the grey,” says Shellugar.Here’s how to have an inviting entrance