Lighting. Friday , April 14th , 2017 - 23:19:33 PM
When choosing spotlights and down lights, consider the beam angle of the bulb and the height of the ceiling. Also, always be consistent with the colors of the bulbs in the same area. As mixing LEDs with different Kelvin ratings can create a really unflattering appearance.
Outdoor wall sconces and lanterns are an essential part of the lighting design of any home. The first thing to consider when choosing an outdoor sconce is whether it matches the overall style and feel of your home. There are many styles available, from modern and contemporary fixtures a minimalist feel, to more traditional looking Victorial wall lanterns. You may also consider a country style rustic fixture if you are decorating a summer cabin or lodge.
For the kitchen, recessed incandescent downlights should be placed approximately 6' to 8' apart. Fluorescent recessed fixtures are a good alternative choice, as they last ten times longer and deliver three to four times more light per watt than incandescent lighting. Plus, recessed fixtures can be hidden in niches or placed to shine through glass shelves for a unique, backlight display.
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