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Turn on the light using contemporary suspension lighting! I already went out of the age where lighting was only implemented to see what is around in the dark. Lamps became the creatures of art which could be stylish lighting details of our house.
I would like to present you several ideas and give some advice for creating a style of the house using contemporary suspension lamps. Take a look and enjoy!
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Flush mount fixtures hang flat against the ceiling and come in various styles. They are a good solution for providing ambient light from low ceilings; however, it can be difficult to change bulbs in flush mounted fixtures.
Hanging about 4 – 8” from the ceiling, these fixtures are a cross between flush mount fixtures and chandeliers and provide ambient light.
With lights that hang at the end of a stem or rod, island lights are similar to pendant lights but may have two or three light sources vs. one, creating a larger pool of light.
Interior created by Nikki B with wonderful chandelier.
The surrounding furnishings, you also want to take into account the size of the room and make sure the overall design of the room is balanced.
Hanging lamps look beautiful in this living room!
Ceiling fixtures work best to highlight certain areas, such as a dining table, sitting area or entryway.
Bring more light to certain spots, like a great vignette or favorite objects.
I hope that all suspension lighting ideas will help you to create the best contemporary lighting in your home. If you need more ideas take a look at our board on Pinterest Living Room Inspiration Ideas.
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