By Emeline Suchet. Lighting. Published at Sunday, March 04th, 2018 - 02:51:10 AM.
Contemporary Chandeliers - When most people think of modern lighting, they picture recessed spot and accent lights and maybe some track lighting. If they do not consider a hanging lamp or two, the modern decorator may feel as if they moved into an art gallery where all the lighting is bright but far away. A chandelier in the entryway and another over the dining area can bring rich lighting down to people-level and can highlight modern style. Chrome starburst designs and cylindrical designs are both sleek, modern chandelier options.
If you're looking for a chandelier lighting today you have many options from antique looking to contemporary pendant chandeliers. You can even find chandelier shades to change the look of your already existing chandelier. Many people prefer this type as the light is not as harsh as the typical chandelier that has exposed bulbs. If you have an already existing light fixture, installing a new chandelier can be as easy as turning off the power, removing the old fixture and connecting the color coded wire to your new fixture. If you don't feel comfortable doing it, it's an easy and quick job for an electrician. Take a look at what's out there, there's sure to be something that suits your style.
Many consumers these days like the idea of wireless lamps, which can be moved around the room with ease, not having to worry about the mess of wires and whether a plug socket is in range. In this case, it is again recommended that you choose an LED lamp. As talked about previously, they use less power and so will mean less money spent on batteries, or less time spent recharging them.
You can get the same effect with adjustable pendant lights as the once popular can-style spotlights gave. A line of them with each one shining at a slightly different angle helps light up the area, and if you choose shades that are striking enough, they'll give definite style to the décor.
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