Pendant Light. Monday , July 30th , 2018 - 06:39:14 AM
These lighting solutions are great for adding drama to a room, such as when you want to leave the general lighting off entirely or dimmed so that you can bring focus to certain areas. Pendant lighting works well for this too, particularly in the kitchen or dining room. That's because these lights, like spotlights in a theater, can be aimed to specific locations, such as the kitchen counter or the island in the center of the kitchen. Or they can be strategically located over the dining room table, replacing a traditional chandelier. If your dining room is large enough, you could also consider adding a second set of pendants over the buffet or sideboard.
You can vary the height of the pendants to reduce or increase the amount of lighting in the adjoining areas.
They say that there are various types of lighting that you can apply in your home. Not to be specific, there is the general lighting. The natural lighting and the aesthetic lighting. General lighting involves those lights that illuminate a room as a whole, or in general. Of course, this is not a guarantee that it will cover every nook and cranny in the room. Natural lighting involves natural light, particularly the sun. When it is day light we ideally do not need to turn on any lights, except on the corners of the house that is naturally dim.
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