By Byron Renault. Ceiling Lights. Published at Saturday, November 18th, 2017 - 07:10:39 AM.
Ceiling Lights : Ceiling lights entails a long list of lighting options such as decorative ceiling lighting, pendant ceiling lights, spotlight ceiling lighting, crystal ceiling lights etc. Since there are a wide variety of options to choose from, you need not get worried and rather concentrate which part of the home youre planning to light up with these ceiling lights. There has been an extensive development in ceiling since their introduction. There are specific ceiling lights for specific parts of your home. So, you must pick the one suiting the room that you wish to embellish with these lights.
Pick From a Variety of Ceiling Lights : handeliers: Chandeliers are centerpiece decorative fixtures, which are usually branched and have three to over thirty placeholders with metal and glass, crystal or ceramic ornamentation. These have been in use since medieval times and the illumination in chandeliers is facilitated by refraction of light through these ornamentations. Big halls in hotels, public buildings and galleries invariably are decorated with extravagant chandeliers. Some of the palaces still have chandeliers that are lit with candles.
How to Fit New Ceiling Lights : Are you a DIY Guru or a bit of a beginner? Want to know more about installing lights? If youre looking to improve the look of a room then installing new ceiling lights is one of the fastest and easiest ways of doing so. Although there is a huge range of sizes, shapes and styles for ceiling lights, installing them always follows the same process: Installing your new lights Your new ceiling light fixture will have come with a mounting bracket. This will look like a solid piece of metal with screw holes and is likely to be shaped like a plate or a strip. The mounting bracket needs to be securely mounted to the electrical box in the ceiling with the wires hanging down around the bracket. Make sure that you attach the ground wire to the grounding screw on the mounting bracket. The next step is positioning your new ceiling lights so that you can connect the wires from the fixture to the ones coming out of the ceiling. Once all the wires are connected you need to carefully lift your new fixture up to the ceiling, pushing the wires up with it, and then line up the screw holes with the ones in the mounting bracket. Tightly secure your lights to the ceiling with the correct screws or bolts - this may take two people depending on the size of your fixture. Testing Once youve finished connecting your new ceiling lights, simply turn the electricity back on and flip the switch. If your room lights up then youve done it correctly. If not, then you will have to switch the electricity back off and check your connections. It is a good idea to check and see if other electrical items in the room are working as you may have blown a fuse - this simple test could save you hours of trying to find a problem with the wires.
Choosing the Right Bathroom Ceiling Lights : Fancy a new bathroom but cant stretch to a new bathroom suite - just change the light fittings! Its astounding how much difference something as simple as a new ceiling light can make. And theres such a variety of bathroom ceiling lights on offer that youre bound to find one to fall in love with. The thing to remember about bathroom decor is that functionality is key, and its your choice of lighting that will dictate the practicality of your bathroom -or otherwise. The good thing is that the current crop of lighting designers seems to have cottoned on to this and have managed to combine supreme functionality with stunning good looks. One way to combine functionality with good looks is by choosing a fitting that is adjustable, both in terms of light levels and light direction. You could, of course, also achieve the same result by a clever combination of ceiling lights and wall lights. Light levels are easily managed by the use of dimmer switches. Bear in mind though that all switching will need to be outside of the bathroom in order to conform to European Bathroom Lighting Regulations. Whilst putting in that dimmer switch, it also makes sense to switch your bathroom lighting separately, which will give you greater flexibility in terms of mood setting - something that is now viewed as essential when it comes to illuminating the smallest room. Variable direction of light isnt difficult to achieve either, with many halogen and LED fittings coming on some variation of moveable support. LED light, in particular, is wonderfully directable, which makes it ideal as task lighting. LED ceiling lights installed strategically can be directed at mirrors and other areas, such as vanity units, thus eliminating shadows and providing the perfect illumination for shaving and making up. Style-wise theres an enormous range of ceiling lights designed specifically for bathrooms on the market: from neatly recessed through flush fitting - all the way to chandeliers! Probably the best advice here is to go for one style and stick to it throughout the room. Having said that, a dressy pendant ceiling light in an otherwise minimalist bathroom would certainly give you the wow factor! Dont make the mistake of thinking that ceiling light fittings are old hat. Combine bathroom ceiling lights with wall lights, shower lights and plinth lights and youll find that they will become the lynch-pin of your bathroom lighting scheme. One final word of wisdom: dont scrimp on your home lighting, whether bathroom or other room. Good quality, well installed lighting is actually an investment - and a good looking one at that.
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