Installing Pottery Barn Chandelier Edison
Installing Pottery Barn Chandelier Edison – Inspired by designer Adolf Loos, Pottery Barn Edison chandelier has a minimalist look all its own. Instead of placing the lamps in gilded frames surrounded by colored glass or crystal pendants, using Edison chandelier oversize bulbs with visible wires hanging from the 46-inch wires. By means of eye hooks placed in the roof, long wires drape over part of the ceiling.
Cut the cords of the cord indicating that they measure 50 inches from the cut end to the pottery barn chandelier. Lay cord on a table overnight to the plate. Mark area on the ceiling where the eye hooks on the equipment center will be hanged. Insert each power cord through an eye hook. Collect all the wires and put them in the marrow bracket that will hang from the ceiling. Use wire stripper at the end of a cut cord set as 3 inches of black and white wires are exposed. Strip the casing from the black wires. Grouping black cords and secure them with a cable tie where the electrical wires are not exposed. Gently twist the exposed black wires together.
Turn off the power to the room or building from the electrical panel. Remove the old fixture and some wire nuts in place. Fix the twisted black and white wires from the pottery barn chandelier to the cables in the ceiling, with wire nuts. Install cable bracket according to the instructions included with the package. Place each eye hook through a washer and screw eye hooks in the ceiling at the locations you marked. For long cables through the eye of the hook as jacks hang on the height you desire. Turn on the power to the room at the breaker panel.