I've just installed a chandelier at the bottom of a staircase. I do not like the current orientation of the chandelier. I would like the side nearest one wall to be parallel to that wall, but it currently is not. So, I need to rotate the chandelier. Here's the problem... The chandelier is mounted to a retrofit Westinghouse fan safe-t-brace. That brace is necessarily perpendicular to the joists, and the junction box can be installed on the brace in one orientation only (actually two orientations, but they are equivalent by symmetry). The chandelier bracket mounts to the junction box in only one way, likewise, the chandelier mounts to that bracket by two screws in a fixed position. Rather long winded way of saying, there is no way to rotate the fixture at its mount point.
So, I need to either fashion a new mounting bracket with slots that allow for rotation, or somehow adjust the orientation by twisting up the chain and fixing it somehow.... But I doubt that would be accurate. Any gizmo or technique I can use here? Thanks!