Going all the way back through history, chandeliers were the main lighting source in the home, usually the only light source for a room. Chandeliers were often constructed of wood in the shape of a simple cross with nails to hold the candles. More elaborate chandeliers befitting the wealthy, made of metal and lit by many candles, could only be found in the manor houses of the wealthy.
Green Lighting the book seems to get a lot of play from many different people but just understand..I got the book on Green Lighting.. LOL
Anyway, a reader named Brass Light Chandelier gets it to and they write:
And thanks to the book Green Lighting, by Brian Clark Howard, Seth Leitman, and William Brinsky, it’s costing me less and it’s easier on Mother Earth than ever before. I’m a huge fan of do-it-yourself projects, but most DIY books devote, at most, a chapter to lighting and barely a word to eco-friendly lighting options. Green Lighting provides easy to follow instructions and contains a mega-wattage of supporting materials and additional resources. Well researched and organized, Green Lighting helps readers understand not just how to incorporate green lighting into their lives, but why it makes so much environmental and economic sense to do so. This book will pay for itself over and over again, every month when you get your incredible shrinking electrical bill. Unless you’re Amish, you need to read this book today.