Mixing Hanging and Recessed Lighting?

Mixing Hanging and Recessed Lighting?

Gregory Han
Jul 28, 2009

Q - My dining room has recessed low-voltage lighting, but I've always wanted to have some kind of light(s) hanging lower over the table. With a recent fire in the adjoining apartment affecting my walls and ceilings and some significant repair work about to take place, I'm looking on the bright side and seeing this as an opportunity to reassess the situation.

Given my dining room is part of a l-shaped lounge-dining space, would it look strange to have one or two lights hanging over the dining table, but continue the recessed lighting in the rest of the space?

Sent by Claire

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