The chandelier is a type of luminaire that is characterized by the fact that several light sources can be fitted to it. Most often they are mounted in large interiors because they give a light that is uniformly dispersed. The chandeliers have two types of lens: lenses facing upwards and lenses facing downwards. With the lenses facing up, we gain direct scattered light, reflecting off the ceiling, and if we choose the lens downwards, we will gain light that will focus within the lens.
There is no doubt that chandeliers are a timeless kind of lighting. Following fashion and design trends, they change only their shape. To this day classic multi-armed patterns are still produced. Chandeliers are inspired by historical patterns, usually made from colorful metals. Crystal chandeliers are very popular.