Published at Monday, September 10th 2018. by Jean Ewing in Island Lights.
For some reason, people love to congregate inside of kitchen spaces. This means that your kitchen is used for a lot more than simple cooking. Then again, it is also used as a space for making great meals. Since your kitchen has more than one purpose, doesn’t it make sense to choose various types of lighting as well? Thus, look into different types of kitchen light fixtures before you purchase any one kind.
There are basically two styles of track lighting. One that is a straight bar that can either be installed flush with your ceiling or lowered a bit. The second is more of a funky artsy style that is often curvy. They can take LED light bulbs or more often Halogen light bulbs.
Kitchen lighting fixtures also referred to as luminaries, come in a wide variety of styles, colors, shapes, and sizes. This gives the user a wide selection of illumination choices to choose from.
In the dining room, these lights can replace the classic chandelier of days past to play with the appearance and style completely. The lights should be thirty to thirty-six inches above the table, and possibly higher for a larger table. A lower placed light will create a cozy atmosphere, but beware of having it so low that it shines into diners’ eyes.
It is recommended that you mount the pendant lighting at the height of 24" to 30" above the floor. The height of mini pendants should be 18˝ to 24˝ above the ground floor. For group of two or more than two pendants adjustable bars are used. With these adjustable bars all the pendant lighting are installed and you can also change the intensity of light at different angles.
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