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Old 2009-02-03, 09:06 PM
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What type of light fixtue(s) would you put in an Open to Above Family room? We are stuck on this issue and are having atough time figuring out what type of fixture to get. any suggestions? thx!
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Old 2009-02-03, 09:24 PM
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What type of light fixtue(s) would you put in an Open to Above Family room? We are stuck on this issue and are having atough time figuring out what type of fixture to get. any suggestions? thx!
This is the one we will be installing in our OTA family room

We already have the smaller version above the stairs, we just need to add the electrical box I wanted something diff. than a typical candle type chandelier.
Take a look at this company, their products are very nice & not that expensive I found a place in Woodbridge where they sell them for a really good price.
http://www.artcraftlighting.com/list.php?page=1&id=13

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Old 2009-02-04, 09:30 AM
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This is the one we will be installing in our OTA family room

We already have the smaller version above the stairs, we just need to add the electrical box I wanted something diff. than a typical candle type chandelier.
Take a look at this company, their products are very nice & not that expensive I found a place in Woodbridge where they sell them for a really good price.
http://www.artcraftlighting.com/list.php?page=1&id=13

Very nice! How much for the light if I may ask?
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Old 2009-02-04, 09:31 AM
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Very nice! How much for the light if I may ask?
I did not purchase it yet but from what I remember the price was $700.
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Old 2009-02-04, 09:53 AM
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I did not purchase it yet but from what I remember the price was $700.
Hey not bad at all! Love the look.
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Old 2009-02-04, 07:21 PM
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IMO, this piece is great, but wouldn't it be too small for grand room?
the following questions are important
1. style of your room (modern, classic, etc)
2. supported weight of your electrical box (dictates how heavy chandelier can be)
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Old 2009-02-04, 09:24 PM
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IMO, this piece is great, but wouldn't it be too small for grand room?
the following questions are important
1. style of your room (modern, classic, etc)
2. supported weight of your electrical box (dictates how heavy chandelier can be)
I have seen a similar style of chandelier in few model homes & the size was just perfect It looks fairly small on the pic but it's almost 4 ft. tall & 20" wide. We have the smaller version above our stairs already & the size is just right. So I am confident this one will be just fine

Since we will be adding the electrical box ourselves, we will make sure it will support the weight which is 41 lbs.
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