By Roderiga Merino. Pendant Lamps. Published at Friday, August 30th, 2019 - 00:47:27 AM.
Pendant lights are available in a wide range of materials, including brushed steel, nickel, bronze, blown glass or stained glass. The lights can be suspended from a simple cord or a chain. Pendant light styles are typically simple, lending themselves to a modern or eclectic decorating theme. However, some glass styles, particularly stained glass or Tiffany glass, can add a stunning accent to a more traditional decor.
Why choosing a pendant lamp for a bedroom? For several reasons, and the first is saving the space: even the smallest bedroom can be lit up with a pendant lamp, and you don’t need any bedside tables to accommodate a lamp. Second, creating several layers of light is a good idea for any space, especially for a bedroom: they will make it look more spacious and you will be able to change the lighting according to your mood.
Pendant lamps often appear in modern and minimalist bedrooms with a manly or feminine feel and different shades. There’s a plenty of lamps to choose from, and the most popular ones are shiny metallic ones, especially copper. With an eye-catchy shape metal pendants will easily fit any décor and look chic, plus metallic home décor elements are super trendy right now. Matte black and white lamps made of concrete or metal will add a textural look to your bedroom, and modern glass ones in various colors and shapes look amazing, they will make your modern bedroom complete. Play with shapes and materials and create a textural look!
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.
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