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.
Parts of a Lamp (Table and Floor Lamp Diagram). Okay, I admit it. I do not like changing lightbulbs. That's one big problem with have lots of lamps in your home. The good news is today's lightbulbs last longer so you don't have to change them so much. The bad news is there are so many different types of lightbulbs that trying to find what you need in a store can be a major headache. Lamp bulbs and various parts of lamps are no exception. Therefore, while the design of a lamp is very important when choosing a lamp for any room, you also want to consider the type of lightbulb and hence the type of light it gives off. Perhaps you like all your home lighting to have a particular type of bulb or light. Or, perhaps you don't really care as much about the light as you do the design of the lamp. The goal is getting both the perfect lamp design and lighting.
Living Rooms with Chandelier Lighting (Photos). Typically living room chandeliers are smaller than the more grand foyer chandeliers. An exception may be if a living room has a vaulted or cathedral ceiling. in which case there is vertical space to hang something larger and more elaborate. The chandelier styles have evolved significantly from years ago. The term chandelier is usually perceived as a huge, fancy, ornate light. While that is still definitely the case, there are many chandeliers (I dare say most of them) are much more casual and smaller which fits better in today's homes.
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