Chandeliers and Hanging Fixtures Leave about 66 inches from the floor to the bottom of a dining table fixture. This leaves enough room for a centerpiece and doesn’t block the sight lines of people at the table—but it still leaves the table well lit. For rectangular tables longer than 6 feet, an elongated fixture or two chandeliers may be necessary. Read more: http://www.oprah.com/home/The-Property-Brothers-Design-Cheat-Sheet_1#ixzz45Yb6KCKe
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Bring eye-catching décor to the table by turning your charger plates into reflective pieces with Krylon Looking Glass. This project is simple: all you'll need is a can of Krylon Looking Glass and a few items you probably already have at home. Follow the step-by-step to #MakeItYours.
The question I get asked the most often refers to proper art height. The center of your piece should hang about eye level, which is between 56-60". If you have multiple frames at multiple sizes, cluster them together and determine the middle. That spot should be hung at 56". Always leave 4-8" above a sofa and, like the table chandelier, keep the piece 2/3 the width of the furniture.