Lighting. Tuesday , August 29th , 2017 - 07:19:33 AM
When adding recessed lighting to a bath, the size of the room will decide the lighting requirements. Bathrooms over 100 square feet require general light, while smaller baths can use mirror fixtures. Recessed incandescent fixtures work well and can provide general illumination for bathrooms up to 100 square feet. Place them no more than 36" apart and centered over the counter. Add fixtures for each additional 50 square feet of space. Note that wall sconces should be used in order to properly light a mirror or vanity, as using only recessed lighting in the space will shadow the face.
According to some experts, another simple rule that you can use to calculate the required spacing, is by measuring the height of the ceiling and dividing it by two. The figure that comes as an answer (in feet) is the distance that you would want to maintain between two lighting fixtures. In case of a lower ceiling or drop ceiling, which is typically only 6 to 7 feet high, you need to space the lights more sparingly.
The living room is a spot where you chill, interact with friends and family, enjoy a good book, watch a good movie, or formally entertain a bunch of guests. While there are several more purposes a living room serves, these are most important. So, the lighting needs to be flexible in order to get the maximum out of it; get the lighting right, and you'll have a room that looks different for every occasion.
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