Ceiling lighting comes in two basic designs, those which hang down into the room and those which sits flush to the ceiling. Chandelier lights are grand, ornate affairs which tend to dominate a room and create an eye-catching focal piece. They generally consist of either several bulbs on stems or one bulb surrounded by crystal or glass prisms, which catch and reflect light and colour out into the room. Chandeliers work best in large entrance hallways, good-sized living rooms or over the table in a dining room with a reasonably high ceiling. Pendant light fixtures also hang down into the room but consist of a single bulb and shade. These lights still draw the eye but are more suitable for smaller rooms or areas where they are not to be the main focal point. Ceiling up-lighters sit flush to the ceiling and their purpose is to illuminate rather than dominate. Spotlights and recessed ceiling lights also sit flush to the ceiling but shine their lights downwards in a more focused manner on particular areas of the room.