Published at Tuesday, November 13th 2018. by Tommie Ferrell in Ceiling.
I like to transform spaces with light by adding a beautiful luminous lighting accent and by adding lower-level lighting, which increases the romance and intimacy of the space. Well lighting to me is all about mood and I use different ways. I love scones, I use table lamps and the brightness level that sort of thing, so it just depends on what it is in space that I'm working on lighting cast a function in a space, but it's also the jewelry of the room when rooms don't have great Lighting people don't feel good, they don't look good, but when the Lighting's right, they literally Sparkle, I love to transform spaces with lighting.
I think it's the most important part of the entire room. It sets the tone for the room. It sets the style I can set. The period so for me, lighting is the most important part of the design process. I transform spaces with light by using a lot of chandeliers and romantic inspired lighting in my home and I feel like every room can benefit from a chandelier, so they're gonna be in bathrooms. Kitchens.
One of the most important rooms in the house is the dining room. It's where you spend a good deal of your quality time and it's very important to have the right piece for that room. One of the common rules of thumb to figure out the width of the fixture is the room dimension calculation, which is taking the width of the room, adding it to the length of the room. Turning that measurement from feet to inches and using that as the estimate of the width of the fixture, in this case, the room is 16 long by 14 wide and those two up you get 30 feet, turn the feet into inches 30 inches.
That's a good approximation of how big the fixture should be. Another more important calculation that I like to use is the table width. If this table is 44 inches, you want to give in 6 inches from each side, so people don't hit their head when they're standing up. So that's a foot total 6 inches from each side deduct that from the width of the table, in this case, 44 inch wide table deduct the foot 32 inches. That's the maximum width that you want for your fixture to be another common question is how high should the fixture be off the table, generally, you want the bottom of the fixture to be 5 feet off the floor, which works out to be about 30 inches off the table top. If there's one long dangling crystal, I don't count that account the first row of a substantial bottom of the fixture which in this case is about here and that's about 30 inches off the table.
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the carnevaledibusseto.com website that is not carnevaledibusseto.com’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does carnevaledibusseto.com claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.
Copyright © 2018 carnevaledibusseto.com. All Rights Reserved.