By Crescent Beaufils. Ceiling Lights. Published at Wednesday, February 20th, 2019 - 21:23:49 PM.
Make Your Outdoors Look Brilliant With Outdoor Ceiling Lights : These lighting fixtures normally draw their inspiration from lighting artists of the late 19th and the early 20th century. These lights typically have an art deco look that makes the fixture more alluring and mesmerizing. Ceiling lights are available in a many varieties such as flush mounted, semi-flush, outdoor hanging pendants and lanterns, and even outdoor chandeliers. Art and Deco varieties such as mission style outdoor ceiling lights are available as close-to-ceiling fixtures as well.
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.
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.
Pick From a Variety of Ceiling Lights : Spotlights: Spotlights are also used as ceiling lights. Most of the corridor ceilings, bathroom ceilings, kitchen ceilings and dining room ceilings have spotlights to highlight a particular spot or area with focused lighting. In living rooms spotlights are used to highlight are work and exclusive decorative pieces.
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