Published at Thursday, February 21st, 2019 - 03:59:22 AM. Ceiling Lights. By Stefania Loison.
Fabulous Tips For Choosing Ceiling Light Fixtures : of shapes, colors, and sizes, providing you with an array of options. As when making any choices about decor in your home, you should first acquaint yourself with the variety of designs that are available. In the realm of ceiling fixtures, several types exist: Billiard/Island: These decorative ceiling fixtures are ideal for installing over islands (the ones in kitchens, not the land masses) or billiard tables. They can range from more traditional ones, such as Victorian style, to more contemporary models. Chandelier: A chandelier is a type of ceiling fixture that includes at least two arms that provide lights. The fanciness of chandeliers can vary, though the ones we are most familiar with, are those with crystal or glass prisms that create refracted light. Fanlight shades: These attractive ceiling fixtures include a single shade or multiple shades that open up like a fan--either upwards, or downwards. Flush mount: As their name suggests, these lovely ceiling fixtures are installed flush with the ceiling. Inverted: This type of fixture literally appears to be flipped upside down. Pendant: The Pendant ceiling light fixture features a design that is etched on the exterior of the fixture. This design can include just about anything, ranging from pine cones to flying ducks. The Pendant fixture is very popular in kitchens, and you can easily install it above tables and counters. By shining white or colored; or bright or dimmed light throughout the room, you can set the mood for a variety of dining occasions in the kitchen.
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.
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