Different Types of Recessed Lighting (Buying Guide). Recessed lighting is a popular style of home lighting characterized by lights set inside of a ceiling or wall. Also known as “can lighting,” people love it for its low-profile design. Aside from a small amount of trim, the rest of the light is concealed within the wall or ceiling. Select from a wide range of housing types, trim types, and styles for the best fit for your home. Other decisions you must make include light bulb type, additional design options like color/finish and size, and extra features like a control panel. Our detailed buyer's guide makes buying recessed lighting for your home simple and straightforward.
Foyer Designs with Pendant Lights (Photos). Of course if you include chandeliers in foyers, many foyers and entry halls have pendant lights (chandeliers are technically pendant lights, but usually placed in their own category within ceiling lights). When we set out to create this gallery without chandeliers and instead include only the more narrow definition of pendant lights, the number of examples and photos is a lot less. In fact, it's surprising how few we could come up with. After all, in my view a foyer is a great candidate for pendants because often the ceiling is higher up so dropping them down a bit still leaves plenty of overhead space. To that end, here is our gallery. FYI, we add to our galleries every day so in time this too will grow with more examples.
Track Lighting: 17 Different Types. Track lighting, also known as rail lighting, is one of the most versatile types of home lighting. While this versatility is undoubtedly beneficial, it also means there are a lot of decisions to make during the buying process. Start the process by deciding upon the specific use of your new lighting. Next up is choosing a track type, head type, and shade type. Once the basic decisions are out of the way, it's time to think about the overall style of your new lighting, including its color and finish, and the materials used as well as its shape and size. Finally, you must consider the number of lights, type of light bulbs, and overall layout as well as any additional features (like a custom control panel) you want to include. We've put together a detailed track lighting buyer's guide to take some of the guesswork out of the buying process.
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