Published at Friday, November 03rd 2017. by Aloin Chauvin in Pendant Lighting.
Lastly, ensure that the pendants you choose compliment your household or business‘s décor and style. You wouldn‘t put pendants shaped like hearts in an African safari themed room. Overall, the choice is yours in which lights you choose, and with pendants, you are open to many options.
There are two major uses for this type of light. The first of these is to draw focus to specific locations in the area, such as cooking areas, bars and other locations where you‘d like focused light for working. The other is for a muted, more subtle lighting effect in which you might place light in out of the way locations that leave the room bathed with a very subtle amount of light for a more relaxed atmosphere. Drum pendant lighting is popular is many homes for both of these reasons.
You could have a kitchen chandelier, for instance, though you‘ll probably want other lighting, too. An overhead fixture of any sort won‘t provide enough task lighting on your countertop, for instance. Here‘s where something like mini pendant lights could come in handy, hanging from the ceiling or the bottom of overhead cabinets to illuminate your workspace. In a dining room, you might only need a single, elegant chandelier hanging over the center of the table. You won‘t need bright task lighting there, because you‘ll be going for a certain look and mood instead. Look at a well-stocked showroom or one of the many lighting stores online to see the options you have, and you‘ll find something that will look perfect in your room.
Pendant lights are great for use in kitchens, especially over kitchen islands where they will be out of the way of traffic and provide focused lighting on the island workstation. Many people like to install them in dark corners as well. You can install a multiple pendant over your kitchen or dining room table as a sole source of illumination. This will not only provide ample light, but also a wonderful focal point and conversation piece. Pendants are great in the kitchen because they provide a way to break up the typical horizontal effect of counters, cabinets, and appliances.
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.
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