Alta Hobbs. Pendant Light. June 28th , 2018.
When we talk about pendant lighting, we are referring to a light fitting that is suspended from the ceiling by an electrical flex and has some sort of light source, i.e.light bulb and lamp shade attached at the other end. Really speaking, pendant lighting is not just one type or style of light fixture. It can refer to chandelier lighting or just plain paper globes. Both of these light fixtures fall into the very broad category of pendant lighting.
Keep in mind that these types of lights do come in a variety of shapes and sizes so be sure to choose the version that most appropriately fits your space. You might want to measure the area first before purchasing the pendant. You do not want to stick a bulky light that is too big in a small space or this will defeat the purpose of what you are trying to accomplish.
So, you're redesigning your interior spaces and the subject of lighting comes up. You want to go with a more contemporary look, and are intrigued by the idea of pendant lighting. But which lighting solution is best for you - pendants or mini pendants?
Kitchen pendant lighting is becoming an increasingly popular kitchen lighting fixture choice for lighting up kitchens. While traditionally kitchen lighting has been bland and uninteresting, often in the form of boring neon lights, pendant lighting can really spice up the appearance of your kitchen. You can get the lights as part of a theme that goes with the rest of your kitchen, by picking similar colors to your kitchen furniture or upholstery. Additionally, there are different types of kitchen pendant lighting based on styles of furniture - for instance, you might have elegant classical looking light fixtures if you have completely rustic or antique furniture in the kitchen, or you could have a more modern high tech look if your kitchen is of the newer ultramodern look.
Ultimately, you don't need to order your lighting online, although this is a highly convenient option and will allow you the most leeway in choice, as often stores have run out of stock of particular lights, especially in the holiday periods. You can also of course go to a traditional store such as Ikea, Sears, Home Depot or Rona to buy your kitchen lighting. This is more appropriate if you absolutely want to see the lighting yourself before you buy it. You might even find that you like a few models that you see in a store and then order them online anyway, because it's more convenient.
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