Important information to consider before placing an order
All our products are made-to-order!!!
We propose 4 different LED colours in all our chandeliers with build in LED lighting:
2700K - warm white with orange tint
3000K - warm white with yellow tint
4000K - neutral white
6000K - cold white
Choosing the right LED colour:
- 2700K – 3000K – This is the warm or soft white range, best suited for areas in the home where you want to relax or entertain.
- 4000K – 4500K – This is more a neutral white light range, giving a balance between warm and soft color light.
- Over 5000K – Generally referred to as daylight and best suited for use in offices, workshops, bathrooms or other areas where high detail visibility is important. It can also help energize you in the morning.
- If you have already other lights in your room - it will be much harmonic and professional if you choose same light colour as other lights in your room.
Standard available wood colours:
We can also make custom colour for you. If you have to match a specific wood colour for your interior. You can show us a picture or send us a small sample what is prefer for precise colour matching.
CANOPY BOX VARIANTS
By default we make thick canopy box to our chandeliers which have build in LED lighting and LED driver. That canopy box fit LED driver inside. But if you have suspended ceiling and can put LED driver inside it - we can produce slim canopy box. Please note your preferred canopy box style in your order.
You can see the difference between 2 types of canopy boxes on this picture
Chandelier Height Tips
Chandeliers over kitchen islands or dining tables should hang anywhere from 30 to 36 inches above the table. Single chandeliers should be centered over the table or island, while multiple chandeliers or pendants should hang 30 inches apart from each other. Keep all lights at least 6 inches from the ends of the table or island.
Hang chandeliers at least 7 feet above the ground in living rooms and entryways with standard 8-foot ceilings, and hang them around 8 feet high with taller ceilings. If the chandelier hangs from a 2-story ceiling, don’t let it hang lower than the height of the first floor. Try to center the chandelier with the focal point of the room: over the bed in a bedroom, lined up with a mantel or centered in the seating area of a living room, or over a dinner table in a dining room.