Hinkley Lighting Ceiling LightsSometimes more is more! Make the wow factor happen by grouping together chandeliers or pendants for a striking style statement. Consider the design and size of the fixture carefully, as well as whether the space can handle a linear arrangement (such as over a kitchen island) or a more whimsical grouping that incorporates different height levels.MADE TO MEASURE: FOYER One of the most important considerations when selecting a chandelier for a specific space is its size and placement. Since chandeliers are designed to command attention or be a focal point, its important to get it right. Here are some simple guidelines used by the pros: When determining whether to hang a flush, semi-flush, or multi-tiered chandelier in your foyer, be advised that the bottom of the fixture should be at least 7 from the floor. For two-story foyers, if there is a window above the front door, center the chandelier so it can be seen from outside. If your foyer is extra-large, you may also want to add sconces. Sconces should be installed 60 from the floor and 68 apart.