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Uploaded at: Friday, November 17 2017 11:51:24
Track Lighting: Like a chandelier, this interior lighting source includes several lightbulbs in one fixture, but instead of being grouped together, the bulbs are strung along a horizontal track. Tracks are a more casual way to get a lot of illumination in one space, and therefore they look good in less formal settings, such as a hallway, an office or a kitchen. Most of them can be positioned to highlight specific areas, which makes them great for showcasing artwork.
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.
Wall lights are a type of kitchen lighting fixtures that are typically mounted to the wall. They can take the form of scones matching a pendant, ceiling fixture or a chandelier. They can either deliver task, accent or general lighting. Some of the common locations where wall lights are used include on either sides of a piece of art, a decorative back-splash, or used to create a focal point of a hutch.
There are various unique types and patterns of these lights from which you will be able to select the one which matches with any theme that you are using in your home or office. It gives a totally new look to your home or office where you are using as it plays a very important role to enhance your way of living. Few of the types of ceiling lights are: Flush mount fixtures, Flush mount fluorescent, kids roof lighting, Semi-flush mount, Florescent light, Chandeliers, Pendant lights, Track lights, Recessed lighting, and many more.