Chandeliers are so very special and the effect they create when you walk into a room where they are the centerpiece. There are several styles of chandeliers. For those who looking for beautiful and timeless chandeliers, then you can choose French chandeliers. To choose the best French chandelier, you need to consider the size of the chandelier and if you want an antique or a replica, which might be easier to care for and install. Consider your budget as well; the price of a French chandelier can vary quite a bit, although most are relatively expensive. The design and color of the chandelier should match the décor of the room in which it will be hanging, particularly the color and style of the ceiling.
French chandeliers come in a variety of sizes and styles, and many of them feature designs from nature, such as seashells, leaves and flowers. Unlike their English cousins, a French chandelier is typically less ornate and the arms have more space between them. This can be one way to tell if it’s genuinely French. Another feature common to French chandeliers is the fact it hangs from a single cage or frame, as opposed to the English chandeliers, which tend to hang from multiple chains.