Hanging sea glass chandelier in your home can add class to the look of your dining room, entrance, staircase, or any other area of your home. While there is not a set of rules that govern to hang a chandelier in a private home, following simple guidelines and best practices you can hang the lamp safely in a way that can be enjoyed in years to come.
Be sure to select sea glass chandelier that fits in the area you want to light without obstructing the view or with foot traffic lanes. For standard height ceilings, this usually means hanging the chandelier on a table. If your chandelier has adjustable length mounting hardware, make sure that the bottom is approximately 30 to 36 inches above the surface of the table to provide the best lighting without obstructing the views across the table. For chandeliers that are not previous boards, make sure that the bottom of the spider is at least 6 feet above the ground, so that they are free of people’s heads, since to walk under her, protecting both her guests and her lamp.
Sea glass chandelier is usually heavy, often more than standard ceiling lamps. Because of this, it is necessary to make sure that the weight of the spider is compatible with safety while it is being installed. You will also have to avoid trying to go up and down a ladder with it in your hands, since the weight it can throw off balance.