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Written for Lighting Fixtures at Monday, November 13 2017 03:31:49 by Elizabeth Wortham
It is more apt if the ceilings of your home are not too high. These semi-flush ceiling lights are available in a number of styles, designs & sizes. These are perfect lighting arrangements for bedrooms, living rooms etc. as they bring a sophisticated look to your room. Spot lights: These are another type of ceiling if you want a specific direction of lighting. These lights can be clustered into groups of two, four, eight etc. placed inside a bracket made of plastic, wood etc. as you feel like. You can also position it in your desired direction keeping in your mind which areas you want to get lit up.
Ceiling lighting is more than just gorgeous chandeliers and discreet recessed lights; it's arguably the most practical and efficient way to light a home. Ceiling lights can illuminate entire rooms with minimal obstruction, and oftentimes a single light bulb, simply by being placed in the correct overhead spot. If you’re trying to track down the perfect ceiling light for your space.
Chandeliers: Chandeliers have multiple lightbulbs combined in one unit to create a larger, more dramatic statement piece. Unlike pendants, they produce a stronger glow and therefore can often stand alone. Chandeliers are traditionally more elegant and more expensive than other indoor lighting fixtures, and therefore are used less frequently — you may see one in an entryway or a formal dining room.