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How to Choose the Perfect Crystal Ceiling Lights for Your Room

Written by on August 12, 2020 in Stuff with 0 Comments

Revamping your home can be done in a single addition of a piece of decor that will spruce up your place like it’s nobody business! And the truth of the matter is that not many have considered this. Until now. Crystal ceiling lights are worth checking out and here’s why.  Interior decorators and designers have been saying this time and again.

Crystal Ceiling Lights: Steps in Buying the Right One

1. 7 Is the Number to Remember

…the height that the lowers portion of the lamp should hang above someone averagely tall. According to expert interior designers, that’s your… ceiling (get it?). 7 feet is your benchmark in finding out of the ceiling light is way too low or not.

It’s the perfect measurement so that even the tallest person in the room won’t bump into it. At the same time, it won’t be too high up that its illumination will be dimmed because it’s excessively elevated.

2. Brightness and Lumens

How about the fixture’s brightness? How bright should it be? For this part, there’s a simple formula that’s the basis for the lumens that are considered safe for the eyes or are the closest to natural light as possible.

Out of the three main types of light fixtures, you have accent, task, and ambient lighting. Ceiling light fittings fall under the third category, and this merely means that it’s meant for general illumination.

Normally, there’s a number that’s deemed standard depending on the size of the room to be lit. That standard is said to be about 40 lumens for every square foot for kitchens and dining areas. Alternately, hallways, bedrooms, and living areas can be lit at only 20 lumens.

Although as a rule of thumb, places that basically need to be brighter than others because most chores and conversations take place here should fall under the 40-lumen range. This signifies that living rooms if the family spends a lot of time here, can also be between 30 to 40 lumens, and the wider the space, the higher the level of brightness should be.

And as your guide, 40 lumens is equivalent to 40 watts.

3. Semi-Flush and Flush Mounts

What about low ceilings? What are the kinds of lights that will be a great addition to the room without making the space feel cramped? There are two options that will instantly bring some zing in your home without looking too overbearing, especially with low ceilings and tight spaces.

First, you have the semi-flush months. These have a short stem-like feature that connects the base to the ceiling itself, and its other end, the light fixture and its embellishments. Also, it’s good to note that most of them are ambient in their setting.

Secondly, there are flush mounts. Unlike semi-flushes, these don’t have stems. Instead, it isn’t suspended with a stem but it directly installed on the ceiling. Better for tight spaces with low hung ceilings, they’re easier to maintain because they don’t accumulate dirt and dust so quickly.

Finally, they’re usually chosen for rooms where people tend to hang around the most in. Kitchens, closets, dining areas, and the like.  Depending on your preference and room-type, either of these 2 is a safe bet. Plus, they have simplistic yet modern designs which are icing right on the… ceiling.

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