By Rillia Beck. Pendant Lamps. Published at Tuesday, August 20th, 2019 - 00:10:37 AM.
The kitchen is one of the most important rooms of every home: Here, the family comes together to cook, eat and spend time together. Therefore, a kitchen should be practical, functional, comfortable and inviting at the same time.
One important factor to consider when looking at pendant lights is your ceiling height. Unless the pendant is to be hung over a countertop or table, the style is best installed in rooms with a ceiling height of at least nine feet. When hanging a pendant light over a table or countertop, allow 28 inches to 32 inches above the surface of the table, adjusting slightly for personal preference, lighting fixture size or ceiling height. When hanging pendant lighting over a sink in a master bedroom suite, ensure that the fixtures are hanging high enough to clear the head of anyone using the sink. In addition, lights used in the bathroom should be made of materials that are rated for damp rooms.
Pendant Lighting is one of the most popular lighting styles in the market today. This lighting concept is used to light up various interior areas of a home like the kitchen island, bedside table, living room corner, entrance foyer and the dining table. You can dress up your dining table with fancy crockery, cutlery, napkins, placemats etc, but it will most certainly be incomplete without some lighting above it. In this post, we will give you beautiful ideas as to how to brighten up your dining table with beautiful clusters of stunning pendant lights.
In a large room, a single overhead fixture may not be enough. In most cases, pot lights are a good solution, but if recessed lighting isn’t for you there is another possibility. Consider hanging multiple fixtures throughout the room, like designer Kari Wilbanks did here. They key to making this look work is to stick with fairly simple fixtures that have clean silhouettes, and to hang them on a grid rather than in random spots throughout the ceiling.
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