In my opinion, few people are considering ceiling lighting now when looking for a light fixture. It may be a bit presumptuous to me, but I think I\'m pretty generic and I often ignore ceiling lighting options like chandeliers, brackets or even rail lighting. So I think I\'m mixing the people who read this. I apologize in advance for that. If you are one of the few people who are \"informed\" about ceiling lights, then you may not need to continue reading. You are free to use your time, such as needlework, collecting stamps or learning Latin. As for others, keep reading and we will explore the wonderful world of ceiling lighting and how to use these versatile fixtures at home or in an apartment. Let\'s start with the originator chandelier of the ceiling fixture. If a lighting device does change during its existence, it is a chandelier. Once upon a time, in Victorian decadent families, many restaurants and atrium hung a symbol of identity, and these early chandeliers were a tribute to luxury and indulgence. They are huge. Really, some may be larger than most modern studios and lofts (not really). People can still find the chandeliers that go back to the past, gorgeous, almost a mistake, big enough to need their own ZIP code. On the other hand, modern chandeliers are usually very low-key and stylish, simple in design and wide in size. In fact, the only thing that these modern chandeliers have in common with their predecessors is the name. In most cases, however, their use remains the same -- The entrance and restaurant are the best places for them to work. Perhaps the most popular form of ceiling lighting at the moment is the chandelier. From retail stores to nearby Starbucks, pendant lighting has invaded everything and is slowly entering more and more families. The versatility of the pendant makes it ideal for rooms of any size. The hanging lights are generally small and have adjustable ropes so they can work at various ceiling heights. The best part of the pendants is how they can be customized in terms of designing your own shape and changing the height of the rope to create your own unique look. Chandeliers are available almost anywhere, but ideal for kitchens and restaurants. Ceiling brackets and rail lighting are not as stylish and sexy as pendant lighting, but perhaps more practical and useful. Plenty of Flushing and half The flush bracket on the market breaks the mold of the boring square or round model. In addition, the rail lighting unit has experienced some style changes, many featuring curved or wavy bars and a variety of modern shades.