Published at Wednesday, October 10th, 2018 - 01:11:37 AM. Pendant Lighting. By Saber Bonnet.
Rise-and-fall pendant lights can be adjusted so that they can be placed at different heights from the floor. These are the types of pendants that you would typically adjust so that the light fixture hangs low over the dining table in order to produce a more intimate mood. The norm in many households is to have the pendant light in the centre of a room and then perhaps to supplement this light by various other light fixtures within the room. A more creative way of using pendant lighting would be to have pendant lights in off-centre positions within the room, maybe to complement some of your interior furnishings or an ornamental object.
Unlike the chandelier, the pendant doesn't need a long lampshade and an understated look is what to go for. With all of its advantages and eye appeal, you may be ready to head out to buy one. They are stylish, have a simple elegance, are functional and provide illumination in hard to light areas. There are some things to think about, however, before you make that purchase.
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