By Lucero Chavana. Pendant Lamps. Published at Tuesday, August 20th, 2019 - 01:10:47 AM.
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.
Throwing in some living room lighting fixtures might not be the best idea if you need bright light next to a chair. Or a couple of living room lamps may not be enough ambient light to fill a family room for your next Super Bowl party. You might even just have the wrong type of lamp shades attached for your needs.
Over a cocktail table: A single lamp in a simple shape can be dramatic, hanging low over the center of a cocktail table. In a living room with an 11 foot ceiling, a lamp with a 75-inch drop might hang just 28 inches above a low, 16 ¾ inch tall cocktail table. For more impact, try hanging a cluster of medium size pendants in staggered heights.
Watching television in atmospheric lighting, receiving guests or reading a good book - the living room is used in a lot of different ways. The demands on living room lighting are correspondingly high. In addition, only a variety of light sources give a room and its furniture structure and atmosphere. The magic word is accent lighting! With our tips you put your living room in the right light! Which aspects to keep in mind? To keep it short: Luminous flux, light color and the right living room lamps. If you want to know more about any of these points, keep on reading.
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