Published at Sunday, November 12th 2017. by Ancil Verdier in Pendant Lighting.
There are many other shapes of pendant fixtures, such as triangular, rectangular, round, and square, and though these are lesser used, they allow for so much artistic freedom in the creation of pendant lights. Top lighting designers experiment with a large spectrum of shapes to create unique and interesting light fixtures. Some pendant lights are even designed from completely abstract shapes and designs. Pendant lighting design is an art form that combines the use of light with an artist‘s concept of shape and color, and the results can be masterful. This kind of work is no less credible than an original oil painting over the mantle, and it will definitely alter the atmosphere of a room.
Start with the flooring. Use flooring that is attractive and easily kept new-looking. Marble flooring is one example, and it will be less expensive for you since you have less floor space to cover. Another example is a durable linoleum floor. You can get patterns that emphasize contrasts, like black and white checkered designs. Designs that are too busy will not work for your small kitchen, though, because this will create an atmosphere of confusion.
But sometimes, the rule of three is not applied. In some modern kitchens with a smaller island, there are two but larger pendant lights. The two pendants illuminate the kitchen island, and they are big enough that three pendants would already be overwhelming. The amount of light you need and the size of the pendant lights you are using trumps the rule of three or other rules.
In a working area like the kitchen, task lighting plays a very important role that is difficult to overstate. Pendant lights, particularly when they are hanging over a kitchen island, could be an attention grabber and the focal point of the room. Even though each room in the house and the lighting goal are different, here are some tips and guidelines on how to use pendant lights well.
Style and Utility in One. Drum pendant lighting offers you a contemporary, unique look that catches the eye and offers the right lighting for most any space. Not only does it offer a great decorative look to that space but it‘s also a great way to focus light in a specific task area where extra light would be of particular use. Kitchens, bars, sink areas and desks can make particularly good locations for this type of lighting.
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