In restaurant lighting, chandelier is a more common choice. The style and shape of the chandelier should be consistent with the style of the space. If the area of the restaurant is relatively small and the floor height is relatively low, don't choose large-scale chandeliers with complicated styles. For restaurants with larger units, you can choose gorgeous chandeliers. Pay attention to the color of the chandelier and the main color of the restaurant to match each other, and don't make the space feel abrupt.
In addition to the main light source in the restaurant, the auxiliary light source is also very important. Set up a row of small spotlights in the chandelier of the restaurant, or turn on a few small fluorescent lamps in other places as decoration. It can be seen from the overall decoration effect of the restaurant: the auxiliary light source and the main light source are matched with each other to make up for the decoration defects of the main light source, but it should not be too prominent or overwhelming.