Pendant Light. Wednesday , July 04th , 2018 - 13:49:15 PM
In most cases, you will find this design of light in work areas or decorative spaces. This is because of the designs ability to provide constant downward lighting. If you want focused light over your workspace in a craft room, reading nook, or guest bedroom, consider using a pendant light for a more focused option. Did you know that some people are actually replacing vanity lighting in their bathrooms with pendants?
Pendant lighting is not to be mistaken for chandelier lighting, which casts a softer more ambient light. Pendant lighting is usually hung from a single sconce on the ceiling from which sprouts a single chain or metal tube. The lamp shade itself is the "pendant" that dangles at the end.
When shopping for and selecting mini pendant lights, you want to consider a couple things. First, you want to consider how the light is cast downward as well as in other directions. In some cases, you may need to have additional lighting in the room, such as recessed cans or a central chandelier. If your lights don't have a lens, you may find that glare is a problem, particularly with mini pendant lights that use higher intensity bulbs.
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