I originally purchased this for my dining room and it looked great. The only problem I had with it is that in all the pictures the shade looks like a beige or off white but it is actually white. I have recently remodeled my dining room and taken down this chandelier and replaced with a larger one but I kept this one because it is so pretty, I am in the process of turning a spare bedroom into my office/woman cave and I will definitely use the chandelier in that room. I love it.
Bought this to replace an outdated fixture in the breakfast room of our new house. Looks as described, although I think the shade is slightly more tan/beige in person than it appears in the product photo. Overall, a really nice update to our home and definitely a great value for the price -- it looks more expensive than it is. We had to shorten the cord to fit our space and hard wired it ourselves, but be aware that there are no instructions included about how to do any of that. You need to already know how to do it, or call an electrician.
Read the reviews / Q&A here and purchased, thinking I'd at least be satisfied. It really is a very well-made chandelier. I was looking at some similar linear chandeliers that were 2-3 x the price and honestly I doubt their construction would be better. The shades are thick seeded glass. The wood (probably rubber wood) looks good enough. Slight gripe is the white candelabra bases - they should be black, dark brown, even beige. Maybe I can swap them out, but I'm the only person who will even give this a second thought.
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