Recessed lighting is wonderful for accenting any home because they illuminate dim areas and blend into the ceiling. If you are interested in adding them to the design of your home we’re sure you want to know all about them, so start here…
- Accenting certain aspects of a room, such as a piece of art on display or an architectural feature.
- Additional lighting to complement and enhance existing fixtures.
When not to use them:
- They should not be used as primary sources of light in large rooms.
- They should not be used in rooms with detailed ceilings such as those with carved plasterwork.
How many you’ll need:
- Consider where you are putting them. A bathroom or small kitchen will need far less than a large living room.
- Focus on current fixtures and the areas they don’t light and then add recessed lighting to the dark areas that need brightening.
- Remember that your electrical circuit can only handle so much, so be sure to update the bulbs.
For help adding recessed lighting to the design of your home call or visit Light Innovations today!