Pendant Light. Thursday , July 12th , 2018 - 12:56:19 PM
Wall fixtures are subtle and useful when you want the source of your lighting to remain in the background.
When required to light up a huge area and at the same time maintain uniform light throughout, the one system is the best. The best example here can be restaurant lighting. A restaurant is a place where guests are seated on different tables and all tables require uniform lighting. The light should be bright enough to help them enjoy a comfortable meal. A pendant hung just over every table will serve the purpose effectively.
While installing kitchen pendant lighting, you would want to ensure that you install them at the right height. Placing them too high would lose the great focus that pendant lights are capable of producing, and placing them too low would obstruct your movements as well as potentially dazzle your eyes. You need to strike the right balance between the two. The convention that tends to work the best is to fit the kitchen lighting around three to three-and-a-half feet above the table tops and islands. This gives just about the right brightness. Since the tables would lie directly below the pendants, people would not walk through those places and as a result free movement of your family members will not be obstructed.
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