ASSEMBLE THE NEW
FIXTURE Unpack the fixture and verify that it was shipped with all the necessary parts. Organize the components, including the canopy,
will include assembly instructions specific to the fixture model, and usually the job requires nothing more than a screwdriver or wrench. The electrical cord fixture follows the chain, looping through it periodically to keep the wire and chain bundled. Remember to thread the canopy (box cover), the canopy’s retainer nut, the new mounting strap (which screws into the junction box) and any other necessary parts over the wire and chain before installing the fixture. Carry the fixture to the electrical box and use your ladder/work plat- form combo to support the weight of the fixture while you work. Ultimately, the height of your hang- ing fixture is up to you, but for the over-the-stairs location shown, we wanted to ensure plenty of head- room clearance for anyone walking beneath it. The lighting supplier
Chandeliers vary greatly in design, but any quality manufacturer will include specific assembly instructions for your model.
The design of the Lamps Plus chandelier conceals all wires within the fixture components for a sleek, refined look.