Published at Thursday, February 21st, 2019 - 07:55:39 AM. Ceiling Lights. By Alsatia Deville.
Ceiling Light Fixtures: Types and Uses : • Semi-Flush Mounts: Extending below the ceiling, semi-flush lights provide a more widespread illumination than flush mounts because light is able to escape through the bottom and the top of the globe. They tend to be a little pricier than the former, but are often available in elegant designs that rival the formality of a chandelier (and make quite a statement). Consider using semi-flush lights for spaces that are too small for a fancy chandelier, but still require that special decorative touch (like hallways or small home entryways). • Track Lighting. One of the most practical ceiling light fixtures, track lighting is technically a type of semi-flush with multiple, adjustable heads. Track lighting is an ideal choice for large spaces like the kitchen or living room (especially modern surroundings), letting you position the light to shine where you need it the most. • Ceiling Fans. More and more homeowners are replacing basic ceiling lights with ceiling fans for enhanced home value and comfort. Most ceiling fans today have the option to add a light kit, making them extremely practical for almost any room.
What Are They Made Out Of? Since drop ceilings hang from a grid system, the panels need to be relatively light weight in design. Because of this, many drop ceiling light panels are made of plastic and sometimes acrylic. The panel has to be light enough to not put stress on the grid or surrounding panels and to not fall to the ground over time.
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