Living Rooms with Pendant Lights (Photo Gallery). Pendant lights aren't a super popular living room ceiling lighting option; chandeliers and flush-mount ceiling lights are a bit more common. Lamps (table and floor) are also popular for living rooms. When living rooms have pendant lighting, it's often complemented with recessed lighting (track lighting in older homes). Nevertheless, as you will see in our gallery below, some living rooms do have pendant lights. FYI, in some cases there's debate whether a particular light is a pendant light or a chandelier. Chandelier designs have moved into pendant light design territory while island and sputnik style pendants can appear as chandelier. Accordingly, we understand if you disagree with any particular categorization… sometimes it's a judgement call.
The point of this article. This article seeks to clarify your chandelier options. There are a vast number of chandeliers available. While it seems there is no rhyme or reason to the types and shapes, the fact is that there is a proper organization to chandelier shape and style. This article seeks to organize your chandelier options so that you can methodically go through and figure out exactly what type, style, shape and number of tiers you want for your chandelier. The starting point is identifying the chandelier shapes. For you, that means deciding on a chandelier shape. Next, it's choosing the number of tiers. Another approach you can take when choosing is to start with the style. For example, if your home is designed in the Mediterranean style, you may want to filter down by Mediterranean styles, then choose a shape and finally the number of tiers. FYI, not all shapes offer all tiers. For example, some shapes may only offer 1 or 2 tiered chandeliers.
Dining Rooms with Pendant Lighting (Photo Gallery). Pendant lights are a type of ceiling light used most often in kitchens and dining rooms. It makes sense because the way they drop down, they're ideal for illuminating rooms and large surface areas beneath them such as dining room tables, kitchen islands and kitchen peninsulas. While chandeliers are used in dining rooms, pendant lights are becoming are more popular choice because they're less expensive and not quite as formal. Below is our extensive photo gallery featuring dining rooms with pendant lighting.
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