By Pierrette Lejeune. Pendant Lights. Published at Wednesday, February 07th, 2018 - 20:53:25 PM.
When required to light up a huge area and at the same time maintain uniform light throughout, the one system is the best. The best example here can be restaurant lighting. A restaurant is a place where guests are seated on different tables and all tables require uniform lighting. The light should be bright enough to help them enjoy a comfortable meal. A pendant hung just over every table will serve the purpose effectively.
Pendants can vary according to size as well. They can either be long or short, large or small, depending upon the room size and requirement.
Light will either be directed up or down, depending on the shape or type of shade used. Pendants that are inverted will stream light to the ceiling. This provides ambient or mood lighting in a space. Pendants with open bottoms focus light downward, allowing them to be task lighting above a workspace like a kitchen island.
Modern ones can classified on the basis of the material used in them. The shades could be glass, combination of glass and metal, or fabric. While fabric gives a warm feeling, glass can give more clarity in vision. Glass and metal together can give an antique style to your room.
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