Amor Pistis. chandelier. August 04th , 2017.
Pendant Lights in LobbyWhen it comes to decorating the foyer, along with the wall art, foyer and hallway lighting in itself can be used to enhance the beauty of these important areas of your house. For enhancing the esthetic appeal of the foyer, you can hang an etched-glass pendant light from its ceiling. Or, you can even add an assortment of differently shaped chandeliers to the foyer ceiling. If you have shelves on the walls of the foyer, you can highlight them with tea lights. Chinese paper lanterns, if used appropriately, can liven up your foyer like none! Another good idea for foyer lighting is floor cove lighting, i.e., using rope lights to line up the lower edges of the walls and along with it, installing recessed floor lights. This combination will indeed lend a very futuristic, modern appeal to your foyer.
There are many benefits of having a kitchen island. It serves as a central point to chop, store, eat, and also have some interesting morning conversations. Also, it saves the space that a dining table would have otherwise occupied. And let's face it, sometimes, we're just too lazy to take all the food out to the table, so we end up eating right there, at the island. There's one thing about the island that plays an important role in how useful it can be. It is the lighting placement and design. So, in this article, are some ideas on kitchen lighting, that you can use, in case you're not happy with your current one.
Another great choice is the tray design which is exclusively used for high ceilings. In this type, there are molds which are used in the borders to make the ceiling look rich and elegant, with a lovely chandelier hanging from the center. It is called so because these ceilings look like an inverted tray, as it is flat depression with decorative molds around the edges. It provides a feeling of space and when there is some kind of lighting done around it, it gives a reflected look to the walls and floor.
For the foyer or entry hall, you need to consider the dimensions of the room. Now, in that case, the formula is pretty simple. All you need to do is find the width and length of the room in feet. Now, add the two values. The result is the desired width of the chandelier in inches. Let us take an example to elucidate this.
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