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1. LIGHTING INSPIRATIONS Myrtle Beach Lighting “Simply the Best Choice..”

2. “With so many options, how do I choose?” Our knowledgeable staff has all the right tools and resources to illuminate your home or business, indoors and out.


9. “How do I light my Foyer?” To determine the proper fixture width: Add the length and width dimensions (in feet) of the foyer area together. This number is the proper width (in inches) for the fixture you’ll need there. To determine the proper fixture height: The bottom of the fixture should be at least 7 feet from the floor. Depending on ceiling height, you could use a flush mount, a semi-flush, or if you have a tall ceiling, you could use a 2 or 3-tier chandelier. If there is a window above the front door, center the chandelier so that it can be seen from outside

11. “What size fixture should I use over my dining table?” Your dining room chandelier should be no wider than 12 inches less than the width of the table. The bottom of the chandelier should be no lower than 30 inches above the tabletop. This height is for an 8 foot ceiling. Raise the fixture 3 inches higher for each additional foot of ceiling height. You can add wall sconces, or portable lamps to add more light and ambience. Sconces are hung about 60 inches above the floor

13. Ceiling Fans are a great way to freshen the look of a room For ceilings higher than 8 feet, the position of the ceiling fan is very important, not only for air circulation but also for aesthetics. For safety, the blades should be at least seven feet above the floor. Ceiling Height Down Rod Needed 9’ 6” 10’ 12” 12’ 24” 14’ 36” 16’ 48” 18’ 60” 20’ 72”

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