Lighting. Monday , March 13th , 2017 - 17:19:34 PM
LED bulbs need to be placed in an open fixture to allow heat to escape through the bulb's base. This keeps it cool and prevents overheating, thus prolonging its lifespan. That said, LED bulbs are great for bringing light into little nooks and crannies such as below the kitchen counter or inside the pantry, as they emit a brilliant glow of warm light that completely fills the space. So try and fit the bulbs into open ended fixtures, while keeping with the style of your home.
Crystal chandeliers can cost a fortune, an original Louis XIV drop crystal chandelier can set you back a substantial amount. Luckily there are plenty of replicas available these days, all inspired by the original designs. Manufactured in basic metals, such as iron, brass, or copper, and then electro plated in gold, silver, or even chrome, these can be fairly heavy items and need a solid ceiling to accommodate them. There are lots of lighter options too with thousands of designs incorporating crystals and coloured glass.
Narrow beamed lighting that highlights sharp features and wide angled flood lighting to pick up flat surfaces are preferred. These two simple methods create pools of light and shadows that will transform a house that may be uninteresting during the day, and make it come to life at night.
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