Jeannie Chaney. Light Fixtures. May 24th , 2018.
The key to good lighting in your home is choosing what fits your decor and will work with any changes you might make in the future. While it's important to remember that you don't have to keep the same interior fixtures forever, you'll likely have them for the next ten years or so if you stay in the same home, so it might be worth it to take a little extra time making your choices.
Aside from the complimentary design, the scale of the indoor lighting fixture is important. There is nothing more awful than seeing an overwhelming size of lighting fixture inside a small room. It makes the room look cramped and tighter than before. Clever lighting indicates that you have to use the appropriate size of lighting fixture for the room. As such, if you have tall ceilings then you can use lights that can be suspended like chandeliers or pendant lights. If you have low ceilings then perhaps recessed lights may be used. The size of the wall sconces you put on either side of the mirrors should also be of the right size in relation to the mirror you have and to the scale of your bathroom.
Both traditional central ceiling fixtures and recessed (or 'down') lights will provide good levels of ambient light without breaking the bank. Wall lights with shades or covers, when used in conjunction with central ceiling lights or down lights, can help to add variety while contributing to a mellow atmosphere.
Over mirror or shaver lights, on the other hand, are used for bright task lighting while also handily providing a socket for plugging in electric shavers or toothbrushes. Spotlights are ideal for task and accent lighting. In fact, bars featuring two spotlights have the advantage of using a single fitting to hold a number of light sources and can provide useful task lighting when fitted over a mirror.
During its earliest days, the pendant featured a blown glass shell, which eventually evolved into a wide variety of styles. Today, the variety of styles used in pendant lighting is as varied as the styles used in other forms of lighting fixtures. Take a look online or at a fine lighting store or even in a home and garden periodical to see the extent to which this type of lighting has evolved.
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