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CEILING LAMPS

Indoor ceiling lamps

Ceiling lamps are particularly effective solutions that are less burdensome than hanging lamps and create an evocative lighting atmosphere. This is probably the last type of lamp created in history. Ceiling lighting developed with the invention of electricity and the need to illuminate large rooms that arose in the 14th century, such as new large factories. Initially, the ceiling lights were made of neon tubes, thanks to their low energy consumption and low heat generation. Today, as with most lamps, LED ceiling lights are mainly used, which are able to guarantee excellent durability and greater environmental friendliness.

Why choose ceiling lights for your home?

Via for a long time, ceiling lights have been relegated to the exclusive role of service lighting in large public buildings such as schools and offices. Currently, this classification has been surpassed thanks to new models that have a huge decorative impact on the market. What's more, thanks to the reduced height, ceiling lamps are ideal for new residential buildings with lower ceilings than those from several decades ago. The most popular ceiling lights, also in the home environment, are certainly ceiling lights, consisting of a base that is placed directly against the ceiling and a canopy that hides the bulbs. Generally, this type of lamp is also applicable on the wall. When choosing a ceiling lamp that best suits your needs, you should take into account the size of the room, the direction of the light beam and the color of the light. The use of ceiling lights in bathrooms was also dictated over time by safety considerations: given their location, this type of lamp is difficult to access against splashes of water, as the cap protects and covers the bulb and electrical components. Ceiling lamps are also perfect for rooms with one light point. They allow, for example, to illuminate a room to the full height, or to place accent lighting in a specific place, which can be a kitchen counter, or to highlight a specific decorative element. In such cases, ceiling lights with direct light are perfect, as they direct the light directly downwards and distribute it in one direction. Recessed ceiling lights are great for recreating diffused and designer lighting. Even if you prefer to opt for indirect lighting, you don't have to give up the idea of ​​buying a ceiling light: there are solutions with light sources that reflect upwards and create a soft, relaxing light. LED strips and small plasterboard shelves can be used to illuminate decorations, vaults and / or frescoes on the ceiling.

Perfect ceiling lamps also in the office

The lighting design does not only cover rooms in the home, it is equally important to research the most appropriate type of lighting in the workplace. Each workstation will require standard, specific and glare-free lighting. In addition to illuminating the table top with appropriate desk lamps, it is advisable to disperse the light evenly in large rooms without the formation of shaded areas, for this purpose you can use ceiling lamps with anti-reflective metal parabolic reflectors. Ceiling lamps for offices are often placed in a suspended ceiling to meet the needs of the individual while creating an overall positive and stimulating atmosphere. A bright alternative that combines a great effect when turned on and a very minimalist look when turned off is an illuminated stretch ceiling. It is a type of lighting designed to simulate natural light, intended for non-residential environments such as museums or supermarkets where it is important to avoid glare while providing high levels of light. It consists of a sheet of translucent material (usually polymeric) with invisible points of light behind it. The sheet can be customized with decorations, colors or lettering.

Not just simple lamps: innovations for ceiling lights

There are many ceiling lights on the market today with different light sources. Today, the most innovative products tend to have LED light sources, particularly bright and with low energy consumption: this type of lamp consumes less than 20% of the energy required by an incandescent lamp. In addition, the ceiling lights with RGB system bring light to life in every possible color, with pleasant chromatic effects. The new generation of ceiling lamps, in conjunction with home automation, can be controlled via special smartphone applications: in addition to choosing a color, they can be activated remotely or at specific times. In ceiling lamps with dimmers it is possible to adjust the light intensity of the bulb; in corridors it can be very useful to use ceiling lamps with motion sensors, which only light up when the user passes by, so as not to waste electricity.

Designer ceiling lamps: innovative and traditional materials

< p> Ceiling lamps are products with versatile designs that can be adapted to a variety of contexts, from modern to classic, bringing added value to any lighting project. Due to their historical origin, industrial-style ceiling lights are very popular, characterized by a metal structure and a mesh of the same material that protects the glass shade and the bulb. Turtle lamps used in garages or outdoors also derive from this typology. The ceiling lamp is able to provide basic and necessary lighting, it is able to adapt and fit into environments of the most different styles thanks to a wide range of possible materials and shapes. Metal ceiling lights are the most common, as are the glass versions, which can also be decorated with a special craftsmanship, as is the case with Murano glass ceiling lights. Plaster lamps deserve special attention: thanks to their material, they can be treated like the rest of the ceiling, painting them and making them more discreet. There is a wide range of shapes and models of interior ceiling lamps to fit any room in your home. Square, round, rectangular - find the shape that best suits your needs.

Ceiling lamps and lighting effects

From an aesthetic point of view, choosing a ceiling lamp can be a great opportunity to choose an object that meets both functional and aesthetic needs. From icons of the past to modern design solutions, ceiling lamps can be considered real lighting installations. Rounded shapes and noble finishes are typical features of a classic ceiling lamp, possibly made of fabric. For example, a mixture of materials and chrome finishes is particularly suitable for modern ceiling lamps with a minimalist structure, most often made of metal.

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