Turn your bedroom into a romantic retreat with a spider. No longer just for the dining room, spiders have become more common in the bedrooms, in recent years as homeowners have found to be an easy way to add a dramatic and elegant focal point. When hanging a chandelier in the bedroom, you have several placement options and each option has a height range pendant that looks and works better.
On a bed
If you have a nice bed with lovely linens, a chandelier hangs over your bed. The lamplight illuminate your bed and the lamp itself attracts the eye to your bed. You can choose to hang the lamp centered on the bed or near the head or foot of it. Either way, hang it high enough to ensure you do not hit the head with it when you’re sitting in bed or lie down and get out of bed, but not so close to the ceiling that it is imperceptible. While 7 ft (2.13 m) above the ground is standard for ceiling lighting, you can put one (30.48 cm) or two feet (60.96 cm) below with a lamp on the bed, as nobody is going to walk under it. Ask a friend to hold the light in several positions while you determine what looks and feels best for you.
In the middle of the roof
If the new spider will hang in the center of your bedroom ceiling instead of a ceiling fan or chandelier standard hang it to the lowest point is at least 7 feet (2.13 m) from the ground , ensuring that family members and guests in your home are not going to hit your head pretty light device.
On a bedside table
Hang a small spider on each night table, rather than a reading lamp is an unexpected way, but attractive to illuminate your nightstand. Hanging lamps night at 20 (50.8 cm) to 30 inches (76.2 cm) above your bedside table, which is at the height of the lamp nightstand normal, which allows a wide lighting for reading and also leaves enough room for a stack of books, clock and a glass of water.
On a desk or in a reading corner
Another point in your bedroom where you can light a spider is on a desk or next to a cozy reading chair. While it is recommended to hang the chandelier 30 (76.2 cm) to 36 inches (91.44 cm) above the table, trial and error is the best choice to find the correct height on the chair. With up to your favorite reading lamp in mind, find a height that is slightly above the eyes when you’re sitting in the chair, which ensures that the height allows the spider illuminate the pages of your book.