Published at Wednesday, 10 October 2018. Pendant Lights. By Sandy Mcmillan.
These aren’t the only type of shades available; think of a shape and the chances are somebody has designed a pendant light shade to match. You will find triangles, rectangles, globes, bowls, squares, and probably artful combinations of two or more of them. Then there’s frosted glass, painted glass, coloured glass, resin, metal, fabric... The permutations of shape and material are endless and some designers have used them to stunning effect.
Whatever type of light fitting you‘re thinking of purchasing, you should take time to think about the effect you‘re hoping to achieve, and this means taking into account the size of the space you are planning to illuminate as well as the rest of the dcor. It‘s common sense, after all, that if you’re lighting, say, a narrow hallway, you’ll need a smaller fitting than if you were lighting a large lounge or dining room. In fact, in the larger space you will need more than one pendant to prevent casting ugly shadows.
A pendant light can double up as a decoration as well as a conversation piece, they reflect your tastes and personality, since you have such a wide variety of options to choose from, you may pick something that complements the rest of your furniture and fixtures, or something completely off-beat and striking. Depending on affordability and preference, you can also choose a designer piece, which, although a lot more expensive, can lend your home a sophisticated feel.
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