By Raynard Merlin. Ceiling Lights. Published at Thursday, February 21st, 2019 - 08:57:33 AM.
Ceiling Lights : To make the right choice, you must be well acquainted with the different types of ceiling lights: - Semi-Flush Ceiling Lighting - Basically, a transition form between Single Glass Pendant Lights and Flush Ceiling Lights. They hand down from the ceiling slightly. It is more apt if the ceilings of your home are not too high. These semi-flush ceiling lights are available in a number of styles, designs & sizes. These are perfect lighting arrangements for bedrooms, living rooms etc. as they bring a sophisticated look to your room. - Spot lights: These are another type of ceiling if you want a specific direction of lighting. These lights can be clustered into groups of two, four, eight etc. placed inside a bracket made of plastic, wood etc. as you feel like. You can also position it in your desired direction keeping in your mind which areas you want to get lit up. With this information handy, you must have started thinking on the lines of purchasing ceiling to decorate different areas of your home. It would definitely add a style & glamor quotient to the decor of your home, office etc.
Ceiling Lights : To make the right choice, you must be well acquainted with the different types of ceiling lights: - Decorative Ceiling Lights: These are the lights, which add style quotient to the room, where they get installed. Available widely in varied shapes and sizes, these can be used for accessorizing your rooms. - Single Glass Pendant Lights: These ceiling can be aptly used for dining rooms as they can be hung at low heights, which embellish the décor of your dining room greatly. More so, the look is fabulous and this soft lighting makes the ambience of the dining room appropriately soothing for taking meals. The single glass pendant lights are available in different styles & sizes, you can choose from flat, sleek or round lights. - Flush Lights: Mostly available in round shapes, the lights are fitted inside the rim, which can be of silver or gold or any other color. These lights can be conveniently used in kitchens as the area gets brightly lit up by these lights. Also available in square forms, these can be used in bedrooms as well.
Add Splendor to Your Exteriors With Exterior Ceiling Lights : If you want to give your outdoors a warm and welcoming look, then whats better than having exterior lights to do the job for you? You can always give your home a secure and brilliant feeling with the right kind of such lights. Rather than keeping your exteriors in the dark, you could certainly add some décor and splendor to your home with some exterior ceiling lights. So, if you have decided on buying exterior lights, perhaps your exterior ceiling or extended roof is the best place to start with. You might have lit up the outdoors, but you may have missed your external ceiling. Putting a lamp there can surely increase the value of your house as it gets a superior look with these lights. There are a variety of exterior ceiling lights available these days. Perhaps you would like a pendant style light or a close to flush one. Depending upon your taste, you can go in for a ceiling light that adds brilliance to your home and blends with the design. Perhaps one of the best places for such lights is the overhead area close to the door where you can install the lighting fixture or a lamp. Your guests will surely appreciate it as it will make the entire front area bright and welcoming. Also, you may select a traditional or modern outdoor type depending upon which one looks best and blends with your home design. Whatever you do, dont get an overly model, else it will look out of place and unwieldy. There can be no worse mistake that getting a light and discovering that it makes the whole ceiling look weird and peculiar. If you feel you dont understand which lamp to get for your ceiling, then dont hesitate to ask for help from a professional designer or lighting specialist. You will be better off if you do so! Again, you could go for a traditional or modern ceiling lamp depending on your choice. Traditional lamps are usually made of brass or wood to give them a traditional or customary look, while modern ceiling lamps are made from metal to give a more contemporary feeling. There are many categories of ceiling lights available these days, and these are categorized as flush mounted, semi flush, outdoor pendants, lanterns, chandeliers, and many more. These are available either with the traditional yellow incandescent lamps or with fluorescent lamps that give off a fluorescent white light. These days, outdoor ceiling lamps are available online in addition to your favorite lighting store. With the right kind of exterior ceiling lights, you will definitely give your home the right type of security as well as harmony it desires.
Ceiling Lights: Determining The Right Size And Height : Choosing the lighting type and style for your decor is hard enough, but making sure the size of your lighting fixture is right for your room is an important factor in bringing it all together. Although there are some rules to determining size, they are not hard fast, stringent rules, as other factors apply to choosing the right size and height to hang your ceiling fixture. One popular rule that designers and decorators use for hanging fixtures over tables is start by measuring the diameter or width of the table. Then select a fixture that measures half of the total diameter or width of the table top. For example, if you have a table that measures 64 in diameter, you will look for a fixture that is 32 in diameter. The first thing to consider when selecting a ceiling fixture, however, is the visual heaviness or weight of your selected light fixture. For example, a crystal chandelier is visually heavy and therefore will lend itself to a smaller diameter or width, while a ceiling light with thin wrought iron branches can more easily fill a larger diameter with its lighter feel. The size of a fixture that will be hung over a table depends on the table and not the room size. This is the case when it comes to the hanging height over a table as well. Lights hung over tables should be centered in the middle of the table (unless two fixtures are hung over an extremely long table) and the bottom of the fixture should hang at least 30 above the table. When you are hanging a ceiling light and there is no table to help you determine the correct size, you must consider the size of the room as well as the ceiling height. The guideline to follow for hanging height is to allow 2 1/2 to 3 per foot of ceiling height. So, if you have a 12 foot ceiling, (12 ft x 2.5) your light would hang approximately 30 from your ceiling. Lights should never hang lower than 7 feet from the floor for clearance purposes. To determine the correct width of your fixture, determine the room dimensions. Add the width of your room to the length of the room. For example, if your entry way is 8 feet wide and 14 feet long, this equals 22 feet. Convert this number to inches, and viola, this is the approximate width of the needed light fixture for this room; 22 inches. So now that you know how to make sure the width and hanging height of a ceiling light are proportionate for your room, there is one more thing to consider when it comes to ceiling height. Understandably, if your ceiling is very high, although you may make sure that your width and hanging height are correct, if the light is too short, it will look silly. So, what to do...although common sense may be the simple answer, there is a formula or rule that is often followed in the design world for this too. The height of the actual fixture should be approximately 2 1/2 for every foot high the room is. If your room has 8 foot ceilings, the fixture height should be a minimum of 20 in height.
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