Lighting Trends: Low Voltage Track Systems

A good light does more than simply illuminate space. It allows you to accentuate architectural features and the character of your space. So the right kind of lighting in the right places can establish any mood or atmosphere you desire.

The latest trend is the low voltage track system. Low-voltage monorail track lighting system not only highlight important artifacts and artwork, but also transform otherwise dim and dark places into welcoming spaces, even narrow hallways.

 Low voltage track system comes in a variety of configurations such as basis or monorail, twin rail, and cable, and styles such as traditional, modern, classic and contemporary.

 Once you pick your system, track or monopoint, you need to select compatible fixtures or pendants and finish preferences.

Most fixtures come with numerous incandescent and fluorescent lamping options and a wide variety of diffuser colors and finishes. Metal finishes are used most often because they are precision machined, which allows for flawless designs and an ultra modern look.

Hand blown glass and carved alabaster are the latest trend for pendant choice and hanging bowl lights because of the warm glow they create.

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  1. low voltage track lighting says:

    Yes, Hand blown glass and carved alabaster are the latest trend and it looks really beautiful. The most important is you need to buy the correct fixtures or all the worl will be in vain. Nice read

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