Looking for inspiration? Or, perhaps you need some technical advice?
If so, we have some great news for you: the annual Lighting magazine from the good folks at Better Homes and Gardens (in conjunction with the American Lighting Association) is on the stands!
But, even better news, you can stop by a member showroom (like ours) and pick one up for FREE! This beautiful publication is $6.99 on the news stands, but FREE from a participating ALA member showroom.
Come on by our store and pick up your free copy today. They are right at the front counter, so you can even just “poke your head in the door” and grab one. Or, call from the parking lot, and we will bring one to your car. Or, if even that is too much effort for you, follow this link for a digital copy – we won’t judge, we promise.
Simply put, we think this is the most beautiful chandelier in existence. So, of course, we named it the King.
Thus named because it is the Crown of our collection. Or, you could even say it is named after us – King’s Chandelier Company. In the olden days we called this the 12+6, but that name did not do it justice.
It is large at 32″ wide and 45″ long, but not so big that it looks overdone. Just big enough. It has the perfect number of lights at 18 (12 on the lower arms and 6 on the upper). Superbly proportioned.
Where could you use this in your home? No matter where, it would look spectacular. Click the photo above to see all available options for the King Crystal Chandelier.
The pollen is slowly dwindling around here, so things can actually be cleaned. Alex is busy in the showroom removing the yellow-green dust from all of the lights. For your guide to cleaning a chandelier, go here: Clean
If you don’t want to clean your chandelier yourself, check your yellow pages or Angie’s List for a reputable company. Make sure that they can provide references and are bonded. Or, call the largest lighting showroom in your area and ask them for a recommendation.