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Can I hang 2 chandeliers in one open floor plan??

Posted by belladom (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 30, 11 at 18:02

My kitchen remodel has left me stumped with finding 3 pendants above the bar, and a light to hang in the entryway over the door. I already have a chandelier that is hanging over where the dining table will go... once the remodel is done and I'm unpacked. Pardon the mess!
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Should I match the existing chandelier (crystals will eventually be on it), with one like it, Pottery Barn Bellora for example,
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or go more for a simple pendant to match the Craftsman modern look outside?
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This is the outside light:
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Here are some pendants for over the counter:
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Thanks!


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RE: Can I hang 2 chandeliers in one open floor plan??

Matching the interior style would be better IMO.


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RE: Can I hang 2 chandeliers in one open floor plan??

ya i ll suggest you to hang 2 chandeliers in dat floor. it will surely look good.....


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RE: Can I hang 2 chandeliers in one open floor plan??

i'm against the chandeliers. sorry pic 2 light would be more in keeping with existing style. Nice kitchen btw.

Dippy


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RE: Can I hang 2 chandeliers in one open floor plan??

Ignore me. I looked again. Chandeliers will be ok.

Dippy


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