Pendant Light. Thursday , July 12th , 2018 - 12:51:46 PM
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.
Pendant lighting is best when it is used as supplemental lighting. In other words, all spaces in your home should have a certain level of ambient illumination. This can be accomplished through recessed ceiling lights, down lighting techniques, which shed light on specific areas, or through the use of ceiling fixtures such as chandeliers.
To get focus on a particular area, you shall have to hand the pendant lighting fixture over that area, and set the height of the bottom of the pendant to be lower. The pendant lighting being close to the ground, it is much easier to clean and maintain the light and the fixture. And in terms of looks, these are clear winners too.
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