Dining Room Antler Chandelier Size
A dining chandelier diameter is based up the table size. If you have a rectangular table, we are only concerned with the shortest measurement across that table which is typically 40-44 inches. I suggest a chandelier that stays within that measurement by about 2 inches minimum on each side. For example, your antler chandelier diameter over a 40 inch diameter table would be no larger than 36 inches. My own dining room chandelier is 38 inches in diameter over a 42 inch wide table and is gorgeous. On round and oval tables of 50-60 inches in diameter, I like a chandelier diameter of 36 to 44 inches.
“Please give me a call and we can discuss your dining room size and ceiling height and come up with the right chandelier for your home.”
(Jim’s cell phone is 406-596-7277 or email Jim@AntlerChandeliers.com)
Great Room Antler Chandelier Size
In standard size great room of 20 to 25 feet in width, I suggest an Antler Chandelier diameter from 36 to 50 inches and in some cases, where the room joins to more open space, you can readily go up to 62 inches in diameter. I know that’s a wide range of diameters, but if the ceiling vault is also high and you can hang at a higher point, a larger diameter fixture can work very well in a 25 foot room.
“I have a 62 inch diameter antler chandelier in my own home with a 15 foot vault with a room size of 25 x 23 feet and it looks fantastic.”
The right size and style of Antler Chandelier is an important decision. Many clients send us photos and measurements/plans of their homes and we love to help with the right selection. Whether you are working with an interior designer or choosing your own finishes, an Antler Chandelier can be the perfect finishing touch to bring the whole room together. (as well as light it up!) The warmth and touch of the great outdoors an Antler Chandelier brings to your home is one you will cherish for a lifetime.