Pendant Light. Wednesday , July 04th , 2018 - 14:03:28 PM
Pendants are optimally used in places that cannot accommodate a table lamp. For example, a corner of a living room might not have enough space to fit in a lamp shade. In such cases, suspending the light brightens up the place and, at the same time, saves on space.
Pendant lighting has become very popular in homes in the last few years, largely because of its flexibility as well as its ability to add light to specific areas of a room, such as over a dining room table or kitchen counter tops. These lights can be suspended from the ceiling in any number of ways. Some are hung from cords, others by chains while still others can be set on metal rods so that they can be easily adjusted as room décor is changed and moved around.
Pendant lighting has emerged as a great alternative to the classical ceiling lighting. In fact, if you dig deep into history, pendant lighting is one of the oldest forms of light installations. The old palaces and castles had great-looking pendant lights with fantastic fixtures. Pendant lighting resembled aristocracy during those days. And even nowadays, with ceiling mounted fixtures being the conventional form of lighting, pendant lighting remains the more aristocratic form of lighting.
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