Published at Monday, August 12th, 2019 - 20:45:07 PM. Pendant Lighting. By Leverett Billard.
When shopping for and selecting mini pendant lights, you want to consider a couple things. First, you want to consider how the light is cast downward as well as in other directions. In some cases, you may need to have additional lighting in the room, such as recessed cans or a central chandelier. If your lights don't have a lens, you may find that glare is a problem, particularly with mini pendant lights that use higher intensity bulbs. Speaking of bulbs, mini pendants are available with incandescent, halogen and energy saving compact fluorescent lights. Using a dimmer can help you get the most out of whichever bulb you choose.
Mini pendant lights are flexible in the sense that they can be placed in almost any room in the house, from the kitchen to the stairways. They are small, so you can also decorate them by clustering mini pendant lights or in singularity. Imagine clustering a pendant light like the chandelier. It is impractical, and it would feel and look bulky or overwhelming to the observer. This is why many people prefer to have mini pendant lights as lighting fixtures for their homes.
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