Forged chandeliers, lamps, furniture and home decor items gained popularity in the Middle Ages, and do not lose their relevance to this day. Due to the evolution of technology and styles, elements of forging in a modern interior can harmoniously fit into any room, fill it with comfort and unique originality. Forged chandeliers are suitable for the living room, bedroom, kitchen, study and hallway. They will give the room a sophisticated and solid look. Brutal or airy, forged lamps perfectly complement any style, from the harsh Middle Ages to elegant Provence.
The first chandeliers appeared in the IV century in Byzantium, where they began to use pendant lights. Masters sought to create original and unusual chandeliers, using stone, wood, mica as decorative elements. They invented intricate forms capable of transforming space in the required way with the help of the play of light. Over time, refined multi-tiered wrought-iron chandeliers appeared, covered with gold or silver, enamel and crystal pendants.
Forged chandeliers are different from other fittings made of metal according to the art of forging. The centuries-old experience of blacksmiths using innovative technologies creates masterpieces of lighting art. They differ in size, shape and stylistic directions.
Proper lighting is important for the kitchen, as it is the heart of every home. Durability, reliability, durability and ease of maintenance make the choice of wrought chandelier optimal for the kitchen, where even the most careful owners experience natural pollution from cooked food. Here will be relevant models of antique, containing wooden elements, such as a wheel or barrel, they will create a cozy country house, even in a city apartment. They will be combined with tiled tiles and massive ceramic dishes.
Forged lamps for the living room
The design of the living room, which is suitable forged lighting, involves a large stylistic diversity, limited only by the designer's imagination. But here it is worth remembering that the interior should be supplemented with other forged elements. It can be a sconce similar to a chandelier pattern, forged backs of chairs or a leg of a glass table.
Bedroom lamps can be the most fancy. Light, thin forging or tiffany style using colored glass will create a Tale of a Thousand and One Nights in your bedroom.
The size of the chandelier depends on the size of the room. For a spacious and bright chandelier, you must choose a large one, if the room is small, then the appropriate chandelier is needed. A large wrought-iron chandelier will accentuate a spacious baroque or modern room with high ceilings. A small room will be well decorated with a lamp decorated with small floral or geometric patterns. Such a product will breathe freshness and charm into the interior of a small room.
It is necessary to wash the forged product with a damp sponge, then wax it. It is possible to add shine to metal by folk remedies, for example, citric acid or baking soda.
Moving mechanisms must be treated with special lubricants. Water and abrasive cleaners are dangerous for metal elements, so it is better to refrain from them.