What is a Linear Crystal Chandelier?
Linear Crystal Chandelier – A linear chandelier is a series of light fixtures often associated with a vertical bar. The lights can be on top of the vertical or hang from below. The chandelier is attached to the ceiling and adjusted in height depending on the room as it is, and personal preference. For example, a linear chandelier in a foyer is usually adjusted closer to the ceiling to illuminate the entire room as opposed to lighting a dining room, which is lowered over the stage to focus on eating area.
Small and sophisticated linear crystal chandelier designs have fewer bulbs, which can be effectively used to light small areas. A linear chandelier can also be large and extravagant, with more than 15 bulbs, to underscore a room grandeur. The bulb shades ranging from ornate and classical to contemporary furnishings, which focuses on simplicity. The basic structure, whether small or large, is to provide optimal lighting with a focus on functionality.
The vertical line offers a smooth appearance, and the various design makes the linear crystal chandelier ideal for many homes. The length of the frame or bar varies depending on how many bulbs are incorporated into the design, and some can run the full length of a room. There are a number of designs for the brackets and frame of the chandelier, and the finish may include brass, silver, iron, copper or different colors to coordinate with the room arrangement.