Published at Wednesday, February 07th, 2018 - 21:52:07 PM. . By Kathleen.
For other fixtures, such as pendant lights or recessed lights, you will want to center the lights over the areas that you will be working most at. For example, if you have a stove top on your kitchen island, you will want to have a light over that. If you have a designated prep space, you will want to have a light for that, as well. Remember to keep spacing in mind, as you do not want any of these light fixtures to be too close or too far apart.
Instead, only pretend to illuminate with your chandelier. Consider your chandelier more of a decorative fixture, rather than a functional one. In effect, it should be treated in the way that Christmas trees are treated: they are there as decoration. Instead, the actual, functional illumination for your dining room should come from other light sources.
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