Bonnie Wilkinson. Pendant Light. June 28th , 2018.
During its earliest days, the pendant featured a blown glass shell, which eventually evolved into a wide variety of styles. Today, the variety of styles used in pendant lighting is as varied as the styles used in other forms of lighting fixtures. Take a look online or at a fine lighting store or even in a home and garden periodical to see the extent to which this type of lighting has evolved.
Other Lighting Fixtures Murano glass chandeliers add sparkle and luster to your halls. They speak of the opulence and artistry of a bygone royal era.
One of the mistakes some homeowners make is to try and use a Tiffany style lampshade on a pendant fixture. Don't get me wrong; Tiffany definitely has its place. Floor lamps and table lamps often add a dramatic flair when used with a Tiffany lampshade. The pendant, on the other hand, is designed to be slim and sleek and putting a Tiffany fixture on the end of one defeats the purpose, in my opinion, because you are really mismatching functional styles. I suggest that you stay with the more traditional style of pendant lighting such as something called the Colonial. This impressive fixture features a shade that gives one the appearance of a lantern with a candle inside.
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.
Installing dimmers is easy and you can do it yourself without having to call in an electrician if you're simply replacing an existing light. You want to start by shutting off the power to the room on the circuit box. Ideally, you want to use a circuit tester to make sure the power is off to the light before touching the wiring. Assuming the power is off, start by removing the old fixture. If you're replacing a ceiling fan with a pendant, remove the blades first. It makes the process much easier.
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