Ceiling lighting can be found in most home improvement stores like Lowe's, Ikea and Home Depot, in the home section of other department stores like Sears or Macy's, and online at sites like Houzz, Amazon, Overstock and Wayfair. Many home improvement and department stores have online online purchasing options as well.
Ceiling lighting is sold in many different forms, like directional spot lights, chandeliers, track lighting, pendants and flush-mount lights. Most ceiling lighting is powered by incandescent light bulbs. However, these bulbs are the least energy efficient lighting options available, as they generally waste 90 percent of their energy as heat rather than as light.
Before starting a ceiling light project it's important to properly assess your lighting needs to ensure that you get the right amount of light for the space, and that the ceiling light fits with the overall design of the room. Also, be sure to check the type of wiring that is currently in the home, and if necessary call an electrician to ensure that nothing needs to be rewired to handle the new fixtures.