With the rising trend of energy efficiency and the desire to make cost-effective decisions, companies are finding ways to save. One of these means include using fluorescent lights instead of incandescent bulbs which have for years been used as the main lighting equipment. Luminaires have been used mostly for commercial as well as industrial establishments. They are lighting fixtures designed specifically for holding fluorescent lamps (and even incandescent bulbs). Fluorescent light can last years if used efficiently and uses less energy compared to incandescent light bulbs.
Luminaires are also valued for their designs. They can create a charming effect when used in the porches outside the home. Usually made of iron metal and polished glass, it can give an ornamental effect as well as the practical aspect of lighting the home. Although some people would prefer the yellow glow from incandescent bulbs, fluorescent light can produce the same romantic effect at a more const-effective price. Related to this are lusters which have more or less the same effect as luminaires. Lusters on the other hand focus more on the polished sheen of the material used to give it a certain "luster". Wall lamps and table lamps are perfect ways to use lusters. You have the option to use fluorescent lighting on your luster fixture but incandescent bulbs are also used. With these two types of fixtures, economy and beauty merges quite naturally.