Ceiling Light / April 23, 2018 / Stacie Soto
Chandeliers: Chandeliers are centerpiece decorative fixtures, which are usually branched and have three to over thirty placeholders with metal and glass, crystal or ceramic ornamentation. These have been in use since medieval times and the illumination in chandeliers is facilitated by refraction of light through these ornamentations. Big halls in hotels, public buildings and galleries invariably are decorated with extravagant chandeliers. Some of the palaces still have chandeliers that are lit with candles.
Extra height protects bathroom ceiling lights from electrical hazards: When you or your family is in the bathroom, you would spend a part of the time taking a shower. The shower water will definitely be focused in the right direction, but as you physically move, droplets of the water would fly around. If you use a pendant light, then that brings the electrical circuit much closer to the level of your head. This would lead to a much higher chance of the droplets of water finding their way inside the pendant lights. Water is a conductor of electricity. Hence the event of water droplets entering pendant would create a risk of short circuits. With the ceiling lights being at a much greater height, chances of such mishaps are practically eliminated.
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