Pendant Light. Wednesday , July 04th , 2018 - 13:52:26 PM
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.
Murano Glass Chandeliers refers to a series of lights of the same type. Their purpose is to provide uniform light throughout the area. The name comes from a group of Murano islands that are interlinked by bridges in the Venetian lagoon.
Bowl pendants are often hung as the focal point of a room, and can be used instead of a chandelier in kitchen and dining areas, entryways, etc. Bowl pendant lighting is usually softer than other pendant types, because the light is diffused through the much larger glass bowl. And because the bowl is open on the top of the fixture, it gives off up and down lighting. For this same reason, though, bowl pendants should always be hung higher than eye level to keep from looking directly into the open top. They are not recommended for area near staircases and balconies because of this.
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