A handy rule of thumb for choosing a dining room chandelier: Add the room's length and width in feet and convert to inches, so a 12-by-15-foot room would give you 27 feet, which means the diameter of your chandelier should be approximately 27 inches. One extra tip to keep in mind: A chandelier should be hung 30 to 36 inches above the table.
Step #2: Protect the Room If you can, remove the furniture. If you can't, cover it with plastic drop cloths. Use a plastic or canvas drop cloth on your floor as well. Remove all switch and outlet covers. (Place screws in an envelope so you don't lose them.) Remove any window hardware. Protect lighting fixtures, hinges, and doorknobs with blue or green masking tape.
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