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Choosing the Right Chandelier Saves Time and Money

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Choosing the right chandelier for your home is a fun and exciting way of beautifying your home and with so many products today featuring a modern twist on this classic design, the only real trouble is trying to decide which of the fantastic pieces will look best in your room of choice.

Chandeliers tend to look best in entryways and dining rooms due to their powerful presence and gentle illumination. While beautiful, the main purpose of a chandelier is for decoration and mood lighting, making lamps and ceiling lights more compatible with rooms such as a kitchen or living area.

Choosing the right chandelier can involve more than just the artificial light that it provides. By incorporating a chandelier that is adorned with crystals or coloured lighting, you reap not only the benefits of its elegant glow at night, but also the beauty of the natural sunlight reflecting off the chandelier during the daytime hours. Modern day chandeliers utilized LED light bulbs, making them an economical choice for your home and your bank account.
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LED Is the Right Choice for Me

 
Choosing the right chandelier is about more than just the aesthetics of the room – it is a statement piece showcasing your style, and in the case of modern illumination, your commitment to the environment. Most modern chandeliers of today featured LED (light-emitting diode) technology that conforms to energy star specifications. These bulbs tend to use, on average, up to 75% less electricity than their incandescent counterparts, which can equate to savings of up to hundreds of dollars a year depending on the number of bulbs you use in your home across all light fixtures.
 
LED bulbs work in the same fashion as incandescent bulbs in the amount of light they output and the zero warm-up time required for them to work at full capacity. However, LED’s produce far less heat (which can result in air conditioning savings in the summer) and last up to 50 times longer than the traditional light bulb, meaning less money and time spent on replacements.
 
Visit one of the top online Canadian lighting showroom websites to shed a little more illumination on the subject and enjoy choosing the right chandelier for your personal tastes!