The Molecular Light by Next has an atomic look to it. The lighting family takes the form of table lamps, wall sconces or pendant fixtures. The number of circular lights per fixture varies. Typically, the source will have one, four or eight bubbles. However, on each Molecular Light ball, there are three flat rectangular surfaces that allow for different types of installations and can hold a maximum of eight balls at once. Thanks to this aluminum fixation pyramid, assembly and installation is an easy process.
These lights provide dim visibility and are not the best light source for reading. But the romantic glare is ideal for living and dining rooms. The scientific style is a great addition to a modern home.
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