Decorate With Drum Chandelier Shade

May 14th

Drum chandelier – A drum shade may be made from a variety of materials. Glass and fabric shades give a softer look; a metal screen can be used for a more industrial, angular look. Drum shades in natural fibers such as linen and linen will give you a clean, sophisticated look. Drum chandelier made with organza fabric add a silky layer to a chandelier.

Wonderful Drum Chandelier
Wonderful Drum Chandelier

The material in the shade affects the brightness as well as the location the fixture of drum chandelier. Glass, bright fabrics and sheer material colors are good choices for dining rooms or above kitchen islands, as they typically provide a brighter light. Heavier or darker fabric and metal shades tend to spread more light, which makes them a better choice for bedrooms, living rooms or caves.

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Although many people associate drum chandelier with modern and contemporary styles, these shades can also be used in traditional settings. Fabrics with natural fibers and rich textures such as grass cloth, hemp, flax and leather fits well with traditional decor; especially when used on wrought iron, antique brass or oil-rubbed bronze chandeliers. Shades with vintage-style fabrics look great in both retro and modern settings. Drum shades can be designed to enhance virtually any chandelier in any setting.

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