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Whether its chandeliers, sconces, floor standing lamps, finials, ceiling fans or lamp shades in either traditional or contemporary styles, Atlanta's Lux Lighting is your one-stop destination for fine lighting and accessories.
Lux Lighting Limited’s Lighting, lamp, repair and lamp shade center can help you light up your home at affordable prices and our trained sales staff can assist you with any design consideration before or after the sale. Lux lighting carries a wide selection of pendants, outside lanterns, chandeliers, floor lamps, sconces, table lamps, vanity, ceiling fans, finials, fanpulls, picture lights and much much more. Open seven days a week. Take a quick video tour of our store or read our customer reviews.
We showcase lighting products for the bedroom, bath, kitchen, foyer, dining room and outdoor landscape lighting. No matter what you’re looking for chances are youll find it at Lux Lighting. We currently represent over 85 esteemed manufacturers including: Kichler, Schonbek, Maxim, Quoizel, Murray Feiss and many more brands.
Helpful tips from Lux Lighting
Accent Lighting: Add drama to a room by creating focal points that are visually appealing. Spotlight paintings, houseplants, sculptures, and other cherished possessions, or highlight the texture of a wall, drapery or outdoor landscaping. Use up light to create dramatic silhouettes against the wall.
Pendants can be used over end tables or night tables to free up the space occupied by table lamps. In general, pendants should be hung about 30 above the tabletop and be about 12 narrower that the table on all sides. Pendants also add flare in just about any space from kitchens to hallways to bathrooms. Understated light supplies subtle interest where as bold, colorful jolts of light can provide the perfect solution to dim, demanding spaces.
Directional or Diffused Lighting?: Directional light illuminates only a relatively small area with a distinct beam. It produces a well-defined shadow and produces fast falloff, which means that the light area changes rather abruptly into a dense shadow area. Diffused light on the other hand illuminates a relatively large area with a wide indirect beam. It produces soft, undefined shadows and causes slow falloff.
What size chandelier best suits a foyer? Always keep in mind that the bottom of the chandelier should be at least 7-feet from the floor. If there is a window above the front door, center the chandelier so it can be seen from outside. If the foyer is large, you may also want to include wall sconces for additional light. To determine the chandeliers width, just add the dimensions together. For example, lets say you have a 1416-foot foyer: 14+16=30. Therefore, the foyer chandeliers diameter should be approximately 30 inches wide. More Lighting Tips.
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