Published at Thursday, February 21st, 2019 - 16:02:35 PM. Ceiling Lights. By Geoffroy Granier.
Ceiling Light Fixtures: Types and Uses : • Chandeliers. Defined as hanging lights with many extending arms, chandeliers are a classic ceiling light fixture choice. Once reserved for the formal dining room, chandeliers are making their way into all corners of the home, from kids rooms to master bathrooms! • Pendants. Unlike chandeliers, pendants typically consist of a single light source (a fabric or glass covering over the bulb(s). They are more contemporary and less formal than chandeliers, and gaining popularity in the foyer, dining room, and countless other areas throughout the home. • Flush Mounts: These ceiling light fixtures install flush to the ceiling, making them an ideal option for rooms with low ceilings, or tight areas with doors that would bump into a lower hanging light. Besides being among the simplest to install (especially if the space is already wired), theyre among the most versatile lights. They arent ideal for larger spaces, however; be sure to find one with plenty of wattage and supplement with sconces or lamps.
What Type of Lights Are Compatible With Them? In most cases the lights used with the clear light panels are fluorescent. Other types of lights can be used however and within a residential home, regular halogen bulbs are often used to give a softer and more natural glow to the room. How Do You Install Drop Ceiling Light Panels? These are among the easiest of all lighting panels to install. Since they are extremely lightweight by design, they are easy to lift into place. After you have them in place, it is a simple matter of slipping them into the grid that is already in place.
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