It Can Be As Simple As One Pendant
They create a diffused, even glow in the room, which allows other important elements, like your on-point serving ware, flowers, and food, to shine.
Start with your Centerpiece: The Chandelier
A multi-light chandelier creates even light distribution over a dining room table, connects the people sitting below it, and eliminates unappealing dark spots. Multiple glass globes dimmed low create a great ambiance.
Do the math
-The dining room light should be at least 31 cm smaller than the table in all direction.
-For proportion, linear suspension lights should be anywhere from 1/3 to 2/3 of the length of the table.
– Linear pendants and chandeliers are the ideal choice for long, rectangular dining tables or extension tables.
– To get the best light quality on the table, a light should be installed 92 cm from the bottom of the fixture to the top of the table. That’s the standard
Layer the light
– When adding layers of light, think vertically—layers from the ceiling to floor and horizontally layers from one side of the room to the other.
– With the right combination of ceiling and wall lights, you’ll create the perfect layered room.