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What is the look of where you are adding a chandelier?

  • Choose Bronze Chandeliers when you are looking for a more traditional look.
  • Choose Nickel Chandeliers to help you find a more modern look and feel.
  • Choose Chrome Chandeliers for a modern look that is typically easier to match with other finishes.

Do you follow the trends?

  • Try a Black Chandelier because it offers a dramatic look or its an alternative to bronze finishes.
  • Try a White Chandelier for a sleek, modern look.
  • Try a Pink Chandelier for a child’s bedroom or for a fun touch of color.
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Light Direction

Where do you need the most light?

Over a dining table or island?

Down lighting is the best because it sends direct light over your work or dining space. It directs light downwards by using open bottom shades to minimize the amount of light that is projected upwards towards the ceiling.

For a darker or smaller area?

Up lighting works well because it casts light up and reflects on the ceiling, which makes it feel like the space is opening up. It directs lighting upwards and will still provide ample illumination for many applications.

For a larger area?

Ambient lighting works the best because it sends light all around the space for an even lighting experience. It is designed to splay light in all directions and is great for any room.

Not sure what looks best for your space?

Try one of our chandeliers that sends light either up or down to check which works best. Usually a separate switch will turn on either the up lights or the down lights.

Bulb Type

What type of bulb do you want?

LED
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Light Emitting Diodes (LED) are known for being incredibly efficient and long lasting. Lasting 25x longer than a standard bulb. While incandescent and fluorescent lights consist of filaments in glass bulbs or bulbs that contain gases, LEDs consist of small capsules or lenses in which tiny chips are placed on heat-conducting material.


CFL
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CFL bulbs are more and more frequently becoming the norm in the American household. With their long life span and bright shades CFL's are always a good option if you want a fixture that performs and saves you money every year.


Fluorescent
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Fluorescent tubes are common in bath bars and come in many different styles such as the most common T4 and T5 bulbs.


Halogen
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Halogen bulbs are known for their brightness and long life spans. Although these bulbs get quite hot they are a good solution if you are looking for ample amounts of light.


Incandescent or Fluorescent
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We have combined all the fixtures that can use either a CFL or a standard incandescent bulb into one simple location so you can choose whether you would like a more traditional setup or an energy saving CFL configuration.


Xenon/Krypton
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Much like their halogen counterparts are extremely bright bulbs with long lifespans that will use a Xenon or Krypton gas inside the bulb.

Number of Bulbs

How much light do you need?

The more light you need, the more bulbs you should consider. Make sure to consider lower wattage bulbs for a chandelier with a lot of bulbs to keep heat levels and energy consumption to a low.

Location Rating

Location Rated

UL Dry

Rated for dry areas such as kitchens, living rooms, hallways, and most indoor use.


UL Damp

Rated for outdoor covered areas such as patios, garages, overhangs, as well as for bathroom use. These are for areas where the pendant is lightly exposed to damp conditions, yet not directly exposed to rain.


UL Wet

Rated for the harshest wet conditions a chandelier can take. These chandeliers are designed to be directly exposed to rain.

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    Curb side delivery (also called freight or "LTL" shipping) is reserved for large, heavy, or oversized items like chandeliers, bathtubs, shower doors, etc. Items are palletized and loaded onto a large truck for shipment, and delivered to your curb by scheduled appointment. Transit time is 7-10 business days.

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