Elisamarie Lambert Pendant Lighting February 15, 2019 12:01:53
A pendant light is also known as a drop or suspender. It is a lone light fixture that hangs from the ceiling suspended by a cord chain or metal rod. Used by themselves pendant lights present a striking feature to a room. More often they are hung in multiples in a straight line over countertops dining tables or bathrooms.
Glass pendant lights cast off more light than a fabric shaded counterpart. The light can be further altered by the color of the glass used in the fixture. Some glass lights come with opaque or transparent shades that will control the direction of the light. But others are clear allowing the light to shine through increasing the beauty and effectiveness of the lights.
If you have children you may want to add pendants over their play area. These will save you a little money on your power bill since your kids can simply turn on the light where they are playing rather than turning on the main room light which may use more electricity.
Up Light Pendants - Up Light Pendants are fixtures that shine light upward. This type is great for basic lighting as the light shines skyward and can enlarge a space with ease. One will find that ceramic glass or wooden pendant lights in this style make a statement.
Murano Glass Chandeliers refers to a series of lights of the same type. Their purpose is to provide uniform light throughout the area. The name comes from a group of Murano islands that are interlinked by bridges in the Venetian lagoon.
Mood setting: Light is well-known for setting moods. Softness and color of the lights play an important role in creating a tune for a place. With glass pendant lighting you not only get an option to install lights but can also control the brightness and color of the light using the pendant shades of the desired colors. Thus it is not a difficult task to set mood using glass pendant lighting. In fact depending upon your requirements you can set party mood professional mood and different other moods to tune the psychology of the people expected to be in the lit-up location.