Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  

LED Decorative Light Supplier - How To Keep LEDs Happy

Recommended Posts

As LED technology continues to innovate in the field of lighting, the form has finally come into play in the form of well-designed integrated and decorative LED bulbs. Now you can easily enjoy the long-lasting environmental benefits known for LEDs without sacrificing style.

LED Decorative Light Supplier    are advocating LED-led home decoration lighting innovations and sharing our views on the range of design advantages that LED bulbs now have.

“This technology is advanced and can be applied to bulbs of all shapes and styles – including simple frosted bulbs in decorative shapes and LED filament bulbs inspired by Edison bulbs. LED decorative bulbs are available in scales, glass colours (matte, transparent, Amber), even in filament shape, but they have a longer life and require much less energy to achieve the same brightness as incandescent predecessors."

There are many reasons to consider using LED decorative lighting for your home, and the long-term benefits are huge. That is to say, there is always some learning experience when upgrading to any new technology, so you won't be surprised when you make the final decision.

Here are some of our key recommendations to help you maintain LED happiness for a long time:


Experiment with long-lasting decorative LED bulbs, especially in luminaires that are inconvenient to replace bulbs (surface mount fixtures, especially those on high ceilings). Advances in technology sometimes distinguish the quality of light from the source of incandescent lamps that we are used to.

When using the LED option in bedside walllights and other adjustable fixtures that may be touched, these bulbs are cooler because they emit less heat than incandescent lamps.

When choosing a bulb, rely on lumens (brightness) instead of wattage (energy consumption). Equivalent wattage is usually listed in the bulb specifications for LED bulbs to help us retrain ourselves to think and talk about bulbs in this new way.

Filament LED bulbs are ideal for luminaires at the turn of the century - bare bulb fixtures (such as Cylinder Sconce) or shaded fixtures paired with clear glass shades (like Princeton Sconce).

Simple compact bulbs (such as our G16 LED bulbs) are best suited for fixtures with tight clearance inside the lampshade (eg our Isaac series).

School buildings: pendants and chandeliers

In school buildings, lighting is our specialty. This is our first child, it is in our blood, we will not be here without it. After our owner found a batch of discarded glass sunshade molds in a forgotten warehouse and restored it to production, for nearly fifteen years, we are still doing what we like to do: making heirloom-quality lamps. For us, interior decoration has no more important elements than lighting. It is the visual pillar of space, depending on the aesthetics and the intended use, with a sense of quietness or loudness.

This makes us encounter one of the most common lighting problems every day: What height should I hang my pendant or chandelier from the ceiling?

The quick answer is: it depends - mainly on your own personal style. When installing chandeliers and pendants, we have some rules to follow, and we think we will introduce them below. First, you need to determine the total length required for the space. For this reason, we recommend that you hang a balloon with a string on the ceiling. This will allow you to step back and assess height and visual impact from multiple angles.

Once you know the total length, you need to determine if the selected pendant or chandelier is shaded or if you need to purchase it separately. If you include a shadow, you can simply enter the total length you want on the lighting product page before ordering. If you do not include shadows, you can determine the length of the fixture by subtracting the height of the selected shadow from the total length. This will give you the length you need to order the fixture.

There are two common pendant and chandelier placements on the restaurant and/or kitchen island. There are a few factors to consider when hanging a light above the kitchen island. Will your pendant be used as a key lighting or will it provide general lighting for the kitchen? How tall is your family?


Ideally, the bottom of the shadow will not be lower than the highest person in the family. Usually, you need to leave at least 30 to 36 inches of clearance between the surface and the bottom of the luminaire. The island (4 to 5 feet long) usually works well with one large or two medium-sized pendants, while the Big Island can handle two large or three medium-sized pendants. For hanging multiple pendants, we recommend spacing them about 24 inches. Below are some examples of kitchen island pendant placements in the Schoolhouse archive.

When it comes to your table, it's all about your beauty and the formality of the restaurant you want. Traditionally, the more formal dining room uses lower hanging luminaires. A general rule of thumb is to hang the luminaire 3 feet (36 inches) above the table or 6 feet (72 inches) from the floor. However, all the rules have been broken, and some people think it is too low for recreation. For a more modern or laid-back feel, you may need to lift them up a bit and then hang the fixture from 61⁄2 feet to 7 feet (78 to 84 inches) from the ground.

There are many different types of lamps that work in the dining room, and they all come down to personal preferences. Hanging high or low, things that look and feel good to you are likely to work in that space.



Share this post

Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this