Published at Sunday, 21 October 2018. Pendant Lights. By Sandy Mcmillan.
There is however one drawback. Most of these lights are designed to push light directly on to the space you want lit. Generally, they are more spot light in nature. And while there are some pendants that disperse light over a wide area, if this is your goal you may need to look elsewhere. Or better still, use a different fixture to disperse light, and use a pendant to highlight certain areas of the room. In most cases, but certainly not all, pendant lights will not be your sole source of light in a room.
There are many reasons why a person might choose to use this type of lighting in their home. Outside of the fact that it is uniquely and classically beautiful, pendant lighting is great because it is completely out of the way. Table lamps take up tabletop and countertop space and floor lamps can take up as much room in your living space as a small piece of furniture. However these lights hang from the ceiling and drapes just low enough to provide enough lighting for your needs. It is not something that you have to worry about bumping into and it provides just the right amount of light, however much you need. Best of all, you can buy lights to fit whatever your personal style happens to be, so no more having to settle on one thing just because it is the closest to what you are looking for that you are able to find. These lights can be bright or have a more subdued look-it really just depends on what you want and how you want to use them.
Pendants are great over a bar or hanging from a high ceiling, and they look great in every room in the home that has the adequate space. Perhaps you have a game room. Putting one or more of these lights directly over your pool table is a perfect way to direct light where it is needed most. They can serve as a decorator piece and a conversation piece at the same time, which is more than most people can say for the simple table lamp that is probably in their living room or dining room right now.
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