Rated 4 out of 5Â by suziq Good Value Bathroom Chandelier
Finding a bathroom chandelier was quite hard so I was really pleased to find this and at a reasonable price. Overall, I'm pleased with it. However, in the picture, it looks like the chains of crystals hang down nicely. In reality, they are so tightly strung that there is no hang at all and it looks really odd. If you try and make it hang down, then you stretch the wire bits in between each crystal and the string breaks. So for me, that was a big disappointment and I couldn't send it back because it wasn't until the electrician put it together and put it up that I could see that. Also, the bulbs went within 2 months of being put up. Not that bad because they can be replaced but when you replace them you see that they're supposed to last 1000 hours or more. For those reasons i have knocked points off the quality and value and style.
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