Dining Room Lighting Ideas helps set the mood for meals and ensures that people can see their food without too much glare from excessive or bright light. A dining room light must be large enough to make a bold statement in the room but small enough to keep from dominating the table or room. Based on the size of your dining room light on some key measurements from your dining room.
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Measure the length and width of your dining table. If it is a round table, measure the diameter of the table top. Subtract 12 inches from the width or diameter of your dining table. This is the maximum diameter of each chandelier you should have in the room. A larger Dining Room Lighting would hang too close to people sitting at the table and they could hit their heads on it. Distribute the width or diameter of your dining room table in half to find the smallest potential chandelier size for the dining room.
Measure the length and width of your dining room with a tape measure. If your home has an open floor plan and your dining area is combined with other rooms, measure that part of the space that you consider part of the dining room. Assemble the length and width of the dining room, measured in feet. Change this to inches to estimate the correct Dining Lighting diameter for this space. Choose a chandelier size that best matches the three measurements. Use the measurement based on the total dining room size to help determine if the chandelier should be closer to the minimum or maximum size obtained from the measurements table.