Smaller Size Hanging Light Fixtures are Called Mini Chandeliers
Have you ever considered mini chandeliers for lighting small areas like stairways and foyers? You might think that these lavish fixtures are only for huge grand places, but small chandeliers are no competitions for the brilliance of its larger counterpart and it provides light in the foyer, the place where you welcome guests and visitors. You have the option of wiring the multi-bulb fixtures of miniature chandeliers to a dimmer switch. When the light outside is too much, a miniature chandelier light fixture in your hallway can counteract the possibility of a glare. When the sky is cloudy outside or during the night, its dimmer gives off an inviting ambiance welcoming guests and visitors. Try adding these fixtures in rooms with mini ceiling fans for added comfort.
Mini chandeliers can provide illumination for darkened halls and long corridors as they are dangerous areas for you and your family members to walk across. Mini chandeliers will not overpower the area with its brilliance unlike its bigger counterpart. The right dimension for miniature chandeliers in a hall or foyer should not exceed 1/3 of the total width of ceiling. Other places, like a modest size guest bedroom, could be an ideal location to make your guest experience the beauty and warm diffused lighting of your miniature chandelier. Baby’s nursery or your little girl’s room will have an air of elegance with a mini chandelier.