Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Gina asks - What is the maximum wattage for bulbs in your light fixtures?

This is one of the most commonly asked questions regarding our lighting.

All of our Chandeliers & Sconces are equipped with the smaller candelabra sockets.



The maximum wattage bulb for this type socket is 40 watts. If the chandelier is being used as a main lighting source, either 25 or 40 watt bulbs (shown in top photo) will do the trick nicely. To cut down on the glare frosted bulbs can also be used - found at most local grocery stores. 



For more ambience we offer silicone dipped bulbs in 3, 4, 6 & 15 watts (shown above) in plain silicone or tinted with scent. We use the 6 watt bulbs in several of our fixtures to act as nightlights throughout our home.




2 comments:

KellysCottage@yahoo.com said...

Can you please tell me where I can purchase the chandelier in the second photo? (Red over mustard)

Thank you!

CHL - Circa Home Living said...

Hi KellysCottage - Unfortunately, the chandelier you asked about is no longer available. Have you checked out the selection of fixtures currently available under the "Lighting - Chandeliers" section of our website? Please feel free to give us a call if you don't see what you're looking for as we have access to others that are not shown on the website at this time. All our best - Noel & Verge 888-887-1820