Lighting. Saturday , February 18th , 2017 - 18:19:34 PM
It goes without saying that areas where you are going to be doing more than just sitting, require a special kind of lighting. If you are going to read, ensure that the light source is behind, or preferably, beside you so that you don't face any glare. Any light source directly above will cast shadows on your book and make reading difficult. In case of a study where you may be doing a lot of writing, the light source should be on the opposite side of your dominant hand to avoid shadows.
Using mirrors is also a good idea, as they reflect light and can give an impression of a much larger space. You can use a wall-mounted mirror as a focal point in your bathroom. You can choose from a variety of mirrors to suit the dcor of your bathroom and your personality. You may also want to get a defogger, as it is usually inexpensive and generally does not consume too much power.
Trim: Housing Trims finish off the hole in the ceiling and can play an integral part of light effectiveness or effects based on the wide range of finishes and types available. Note that a black baffle can cut light output by 50% since the color black absorbs light.
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