With the wide variety of lighting fixtures available on today's market it can be hard to choose just one perfect option. Homeowners with fairly low ceilings may even find that they appreciate the restriction it places on how low ceiling lights can hang, as it makes the choice just a little bit easier. Rooms that have low ceilings need ambient lighting as much as larger rooms, but chandeliers simply aren't an appropriate solution when they are hanging so low as to cause a safety hazard. So what is the solution? Artcraft semi flush mount lighting.
Installing semi flush mount lights gives homeowners the benefits of hanging chandeliers with the versatility of flush mount lights. These unique ceiling lights hang just below the ceiling, placing them far enough out of the way not to be a danger to people walking underneath but still offering the same nuanced lighting as a full chandelier. They are perfect for living rooms, dining rooms, and other areas of the home guests are likely to see upon visiting. Buying decorative ceiling lights may cost a little bit more than recessed or flush mount models, but it is well worth the extra investment.
Artcraft lighting offers a wide array of semi flush mounts so homeowners are sure to find exactly what they're looking for. Both explicitly contemporary homes and those embracing a more traditional decor can benefit from semi flush mount ceiling lights. Just be sure to choose a style, color, and size that are appropriate to the setting. For example, a formal parlor that is decorated primarily with antique furniture and classical paintings is obviously not the place to show off lighting fixtures just full of contemporary flair. Instead choose something specifically tailored to the existing design. Some models specifically employ design features similar to those used in traditional chandeliers in order to meet both space and style needs.
Rooms that are less likely to see frequent traffic can still benefit from semi flush lights, but it may be wiser to purchase simpler models that require less of a monetary investment. After all, who really needs to be impressed by brilliant lighting fixtures in a little-used bathroom? Cutting corners where it is unlikely to be noticed can free up cash for investing in more impressive fixtures for guest rooms, dining rooms, and other more important areas of the home.