Published at Thursday, January 18th, 2018 - 02:14:21 AM. . By Alarice Maes.
General lighting, in addition to task lighting and accent lighting, each room should have a good source of general light. This is most often in the form of a ceiling fixture or chandelier. If your home does not have a central ceiling fixture, you may want to install one. You can opt for track lighting or torchiere lamps placed strategically in the room to provide maximum general light. The basic principle of good lighting is to have the right type of lighting available for whatever activity is going on in the room. Layered lighting not only increases the functionality of your home.
Place lamps on bedside tables and end tables, you can also place sofa table behind the couch and place a lamp there as well. Floor lamps are another option and can work well behind chairs that are angled into a corner. Finally, recessed lighting can provide additional light where other options are unavailable. Spotlighting use spotlights or picture lights that are designed especially to highlight framed artwork. Family portraits, contrasting wall colors, moldings, carvings, and other details can all be accented with this kind of lighting.
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