By Roderiga Merino. Pendant Lamps. Published at Monday, August 19th, 2019 - 23:40:05 PM.
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.
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.
Kitchen Ceiling Lighting: The Foundation of Kitchen Lighting. A basic ceiling light must not be missing in any kitchen. Always a good choice are kitchen lights that are easy to clean. Experts recommend 300 lumens per square meter for central ceiling lighting. Out tip for basic lighting are spots that can be rotated in different directions.
Do your homework. With all the new light bulbs, transitioning from incandescent to LEDs, figure how just how much light you need. Make sure you follow a manufacturer’s recommended wattages—especially the upper limits. Overamping can result in overheating, possibly shattering glass shades, for example.
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