A glass globe completely surrounds the bulbs except where it connects with the neck or mother, or a glass plate can sit under the bulbs. Either design allows light to shine upward, to some extent and drop ceiling lighting bouncing off the roof to provide light from multiple angles. These accessories are suitable for the same areas as recessed fixtures.
Dining areas, stairs and other spaces with drop ceiling lighting can benefit from a chandelier mounted in the center. Candlesticks add style to a room if they are inside or outside, and come in a variety of styles, ranging from the glass-shirt for modern brushed metal, and the most extravagant styles. Use only a chandelier, if the lowest point of the fixture is at least 7 feet above the floor or if it will be through a table. Most spiders use multiple bulbs to create a general lighting. Install a dimmer to chandelier for the best effect.
More recessed lighting fixtures cannot provide enough light for a room of one central source. Runway drop ceiling lighting provides some general lighting if they have multiple heads that can be used to bounce light off the walls and ceiling, but they are not the best source of light for the central positions. Avoid both types unless you plan to supplement their lighting with other light sources.