Published at Sunday, July 07th, 2019 - 15:48:58 PM. Pendant Lighting. By Cherry Labbe.
Pendant lighting is particularly well-suited to the kitchen. It goes well over a kitchen island, over a dining area, over the sink or the breakfast bar. They are a great way to bring task lighting throughout the kitchen area. In the dining room or the dining area of your kitchen, unless you have a really small dining table, a single pendant lamp will rarely be adequate. What you do is, you hang two or three full-sized pendant lamps or five or six mini-sized ones to cover the entire area of the dining table and the dining room. Experimenting with mixing lights of different suspension lengths can create an interesting effect that can certainly turn out to be more high-tech looking then what a chandelier could achieve.
There is really an endless array of pendant lighting solutions on the market these days, one to suit nearly ever style and personal taste around. Many of these fixtures are extremely energy efficient too, certainly much more than their larger, more traditional counterparts. Pendant lighting is best when it is used as supplemental lighting. In other words, all spaces in your home should have a certain level of ambient illumination. This can be accomplished through recessed ceiling lights, down lighting techniques, which shed light on specific areas, or through the use of ceiling fixtures such as chandeliers.
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