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Finish

Due to the wide variety of colors we offer, we have grouped our products into popular tones to help narrow your search. Currently trending on Build.com are Nickel and Bronze tones.

Chandelier Type
Light Direction
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Light Direction

Up Lighting
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Up Lighting directs lighting upwards and will still provide ample illumination for many applications.

Down Lighting
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Down Lighting directs light downwards by using open bottom shades to minimize the amount of light that is projected upwards towards the ceiling.

Up/Down Lighting
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Up / Down Lighting are fixtures with shades facing both up and down. Usually a separate switch will turn on either the up lights or the down light.

Ambient Lighting
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Ambient Light is designed to splay light in all directions and is great for any room.

Number Of Tiers
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Number of Tiers

Tiers represent the different layers of a chandelier. Chandeliers with more tiers, or layers, tend to have more bulbs and a higher light output. The number of tiers a chandelier can add to it's functionality or add a dramatic flair to your home.

1 Tier
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2 Tier
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3 Tier
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Width
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How large is your space?

  1. Measure the width of the space you want to cover (in feet)
  2. Measure the length of the space you want to cover (in feet)
  3. Add width and length. This is the width of the chandelier you need in inches.

Width is measured from the furthest left point of the chandelier, to the furthest right point.

Height
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Over a table or for an entire room?

  • Your chandelier should be 24 inches to 36 inches above a table.
  • For an entire room, make sure you have at least 8 feet above the floor from the bottom of the chandelier.

Height is measured from the lowest point of the chandelier to the top of the actual fixture. Chain length is not included and additional chain can be purchased with almost every chandelier.

Style
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Style

When designing a home or an individual room, every designer has a particular style or theme in mind. Each one of our chandeliers have been categorized by designers in to a style (or styles) in order to help you find what you are looking for. Popular styles are pictured below:

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Crystal
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Traditional / Classic
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Number of Bulbs
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Number of Bulbs

Please choose the number of bulbs that you would like your chandelier to have. Depending on which type and style of light you choose, your power consumption and overall performance may vary.

Bulb Type
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Bulb Type

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.


Incandescent
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Incandescent bulbs are the standard bulb in lighting. Not as efficient as a CFL, but provides a warm yellow light.


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.

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