Cleaning chandeliers however can prove a slightly more difficult process. First clean the entire fixture with a duster. Next lay an absorbent towel or cloth below the chandelier and spray with a cleaning solution – such as white vinegar and water. Allow the fixture to drip the dirty cleaner onto the towel below until dry.
In addition to being an eyesore to all who notice a dusty and dirty light fixture also gives off less light but a quick cleaning can help to brighten a room.
We end on a square note. Straight lines and right angles rule in the final two featured lamps. The ReveaLED triple suspension light by renowned designer Andre Kikoski utilizes LED technology with a series of three vivid hanging squares as shown below.
For those who follow interior design closely the ‘Rule of Threes’ is something pretty familiar and basic. In case you haven’t heard of it yet it simply states that any design element needs to be repeated three times to pull off both visual impact and balance.
The health aspect is one that cannot be overlooked either. Most of the light installations allow fluorescent lamp socketing as well as halogen and LED. We have grown in the age of fluorescent lighting and energy-saving lamps and have felt their incomplete color spectrum and their glimmer frequency affect our eyes.
Created by designers Hopf und Wortmann Atomium is the kind of lamp that is appreciated by kids and teenagers boys and girls alike. It is organic minimalistic and asymmetrical. It can be regarded as sci-fi or hilarious and it works well as a light source in a toy corner or as a reading light on the nightstand.