Light Fixtures. Friday , January 12th , 2018 - 21:52:34 PM
The zeal in putting light fixtures on either side of bathroom mirrors is not purely for design but also for practicality. The bathroom mirror that might be just the mirror found in front of the medicine cabinet is used for the practical purpose of helping us with our toiletry activities like washing our face and brushing our teeth and combing our hair or even blow drying it. Bathroom light fixtures can be the simple bulb screwed into its socket or the rounded more dramatic looking simple light bulb screwed into its socket or heat resistant glass covers to enclose the light bulb. But whatever the appearance the purpose is one of function.
Pendant lights - Pendant lights are a good source of task lighting and they can be lowered or raised depending on your needs. A single pendant light with a well-designed cover can serve as an elegant accent piece for dining rooms. Pendant lights above kitchen and bathroom sinks ensure safety and comfort of users, while a series of pendant lighting fixtures above the kitchen island makes for elegant yet highly functional decorative lighting. A group of pendant lights arranged in different heights can serve as a modern-looking substitute for crystal chandeliers.
Flush mount lights - Flush mount lights are perhaps the most popular type of ceiling fixtures used in homes. As its name implies, this kind of light is mounted with the edges of its cover flush against the ceiling. The cover is usually rounded in shape, but flush mount light covers can also come in just about any design. They can be used in any room of the home, but they may be too plain for living and dining rooms. Because of their unobtrusive structure, they are best used for smaller areas.
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