Ceiling Light / April 25, 2018 / Brooke Allen
The most common form of ceiling lighting is the basic dome light also know as a flush mount ceiling light. These are great for basic lighting of a small room. These do not provide much task lighting it is primarily used to for basic lighting needs. Most lighting manufactures have several sizes of these and the most common ones have anywhere from 1 to 3 light bulbs. One great form of ceiling lighting. Is the Recessed Can light. This is very versital and can be used for task lighting, accent lighting or task lighting. Recessed lights have many variations in baffles and lenses. The most common type is your standard baffle trim. The baffle provides ambiant room lighting. You can create task lighting with the cans by adding a spot also commonly known as an eyeball. You can focus the light with these on a area to creating a working area or you can high light a piece of artwork or furniture.
Ceiling lights are fitted on the ceiling of a room to facilitate equal lighting to the whole area. The different types of ceiling lights based on the lighting design are chandeliers, pendant lights, LED downlights, top view lamps, spotlights, etc. Chandeliers are ornamental lights used for decorating the ceilings and hence involve exclusive lighting design to suit the size of the room and also to provide sufficient illumination. Chandeliers have a minimum of three bulb holders and the number of bulb holders can be up to even 20 or 30. Some also have shades made of fabric and papers to attenuate bright and intense luminescence. In general, all centerpiece ceiling lights have some kind of covering for them made of glasses, crystals or fiber moulds. Traditional ones have metal fixtures, which can hold any type of light bulb while contemporary ones have fiber mould fixtures, which are uniquely made for energy saving bulbs.
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