Decorative lights designed to be mounted on the ceiling or wall, usually containing more than one lamp in the body, are called chandeliers. Chandeliers are used in almost every corner of the house, in all living areas.
Decorative lights designed to be mounted on the ceiling or wall, usually containing more than one lamp in the body, are called chandeliers.
Incandescent, halogen, fluorescent or LED bulbs with E14 or E27 sockets are commonly used in Chandeliers. Some modern chandeliers contain the LED light source inside. Lamp changing in such chandeliers is not as easy as in other socket chandeliers. However, since LEDs are long-lasting light sources, it is very unlikely that a correctly designed LED chandelier will experience a fault caused by the LED.
Classic chandeliers have stones with a crystal prism pattern on them, which refracts light and radiates it into the room. Some chandeliers use hats that hide the source of light instead of stones. With these hats, light is softly distributed into the room. In another chandelier, no stone or curtain is used to hide the lamps. Light is provided by the source that comes directly from the lamp or is reflected from the ceiling and dispersed.
Modern chandeliers use LED light sources due to their flexible application possibilities. In LED chandeliers, light strips can provide continuous lighting throughout the chandelier body.
The choice of chandelier is made according to the size of the room, ceiling height and decoration elements. The lowest part of the chandelier must be at a minimum height of 220-230 cm above the ground. If mounting is to be done on the table, it must be at least 70-80 cm higher than the table. It is possible to change these values according to chandelier selection and personal preferences.
Chandeliers are used in almost every corner of the house, in all living areas. Chandeliers are the elements that complement the decoration of the house as well as performing the lighting function in the living rooms, living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms and kitchens.