Published at Monday, May 07th, 2018 - 05:43:10 AM. Lighting. By Frank Rochette.
Pendant lights hang on a cord or chain, and differ from chandeliers because they're a single light or a small group of lights at the end, while chandeliers have arms with multiple lights at the end. The terms are often used interchangeably, but pendant lighting offers a distinctive and simple look that's hard to achieve any other way.
Torcherie. Despite being the most popular type of floor lamp, very few people recognize them as a Torcherie. A general lamp with a big luminous head and pole-like neck is the easiest way to identify them. They provide adequate light due to their design, while the open head directs light to the roof, dispersion from sides and bottom areas make them fit for everyday use. People can also add dimmers to add an aesthetic appeal to these lights. Prior to purchase, one needs to make sure that the neck is strong enough to support the weight of the head.
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