Small Spaces Big Ideas – Small Chandeliers

How To Use Small Chandeliers According to Apartment Therapy:

“You can add these to your "words to live by" list: never underestimate the power of good lighting. A beautifully decorated room can end up feeling like a cave and that chair you just had recovered in gorgeous flax colored linen can look sickly green if you lack adequate lighting. It's even more complicated in a small space. Creating the balance between too much and too little light, plus finding fixtures that won't overwhelm a petite space can take some trial and error.”

Since the vast majority of condos and new and renovated homes are now open concept designs. Your lighting design for open concept floor plans should coordinate either in frame type, metal finish color and crystal style. The look should be cohesive but doesn’t have to be “matchy- matchy”...
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