By Pepin Otto. Pendant Lamps. Published at Monday, August 19th, 2019 - 22:11:03 PM.
Especially pendant lights can be an eye-catcher. Depending on their shape, color and material, you will give your room a completely different look. Umage’s Eos and Silvia add a touch of romance, while pendant lights by Tom Dixon are characterized by elegant metal and industrial charm. Whichever living room lighting you choose: the most important thing is to use one that you suits your aesthetics.
Basic brightness is provided by spotlights, ceiling lights and pendant lighting. Spotlights and flat ceiling lights can be placed in the middle of the room or all over the ceiling. Pendant lighting has its place above the coffee table: this way they are presented best and the table prevents you or your guests from bumping your / their head against the light. When you’re using spotlights you should always use a dimmer. Only then the light can be adjusted accordingly to your your mood.
For everyone else, with overhead cabinets or limited space, Stiletto’s Glühwürmchen DeLight is ideal. The plug-in light fits into the kitchen ambience regardless of your kitchen’s design and is a practical kitchen and work light. It only needs a socket, then quickly becomes a light source with additional light for the working area.
Your living room lighting does not have to be direct lighting. A diffuser scatters the light and distributes it evenly throughout the room. Diffused light is softer and therefore looks more comfortable. For example, the Glo-Ball Pendant Lamp by Flos works with such a diffuser: Its opal glass lampshade breaks the light and spreads it evenly across the room.
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