There are 3 distinct ratings to familiarize yourself with: dry, damp, and wet. Dry locations: Areas where any dampness that occurs can be easily compensated for by ventilation, such as kitchens, living rooms, and dining rooms. Damp locations: Areas where some moisture and condensation can build up, normally bathrooms. Wet locations: Areas where water or liquids may drip, such as open decks, stairwells, and patios.
Usually smaller than 12", mini pendants are hanging fixtures that subtly beautify the space they illuminate. Modern or transitional mini pendants could be a perfect way to highlight your taste in interior design. The wide variety of shapes and colors these light fixtures come in creates almost unlimited opportunities for your personal style to shine through. You can also select from a variety of different lamp types including incandescent, fluorescent and halogen depending on the amount of light needed. Mini pendant light fixtures can be arranged in groups to create a theme or to lead the eye through a room. They are a great way to illuminate dining areas, stairways and kitchen islands.
How to Choose Crystal Lighting Learn more about the artisan methods of crystal production, and what makes these different styles and processes unique...
How to Choose Foyer Lighting When selecting the proper foyer lighting, it’s important to take into consideration the scale of the space, and the style of the home. If you have a large foyer with a high ceiling, a decorative chandelier can be an attractive focal point.
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