Ceiling lighting, especially antique ceiling lighting, can have a big impact on your own atmosphere. The way you install the lighting in your home will depend on your own taste, budget and lighting area. The ceiling lighting of the kitchen is usually supplemented by the spotlight under the cabinet, lighting shelves, etc. The lighting of the kitchen is particularly important because it is an area for preparing food and an area for dining and entertainment. For general lighting, you may want to use ambient lighting to illuminate the entire kitchen in the form of flush or drop fitting, depending on the height of the ceiling. For example, you can install ceiling lights at the bar or on the table as this will create the atmosphere of the room. Depending on the size of the lighting area, it can also be a single chandelier or three or four lamps. Lighting should be more concentrated when preparing food in the kitchen. In this case, ceiling lighting is not enough. The area around the sink, cooker and other places where food is prepared can be lit by rail lighting, downlights and cabinet lighting. Mixing ceiling lighting with kitchen island lighting, cabinet lights and other types of lights can create a feeling that can change the kitchen and improve the use of the area. It can give it more practicality and make it more attractive. In the living room, there are also antique lighting equipment, for example, the form of a chandelier can be mixed with various styles of desk lamps to create a softer atmosphere. The same is true of the ceiling lights in the corridor. Depending on your taste and desire, these can be softened with scones and table lamps of the same style or another style. The practicality and mood in the bedroom are important. The style of ceiling lighting has a very important role. Desk lamps and wall lamps are especially useful as a supplement to ceiling lamps. The bathroom is similar to the kitchen. It requires good central ceiling lighting and a lot under cabinet and mirror lighting.