Indoor Lightingby Joseph Marie General Nothing impresses us quite the way lighting does. And if you’re entertaining nothing could make your guests feel more welcome that the good lighting in you home. Create a warm and inviting feeling for your prestigious guests and let them also enjoy some good food and conversation. Designing with light has never been an easier task, and it is always enjoyable.
When is actually comes to villa lighting, the potentials are limited only by your imagination. A good lighting plan could help in making you villa more attractive by combining both style and function.
Few type of Indoor lighting are listed below
Ambient Lighting – It provides overall lighting and a comfortable level of brightness, and allows you and your guests to see and move about safely.
Task Lighting – Task lighting helps you perform a precise activity, such as reading or playing games as well.
Accent Lighting – It creates an awesome mood and adds interest to a room by highlighting certain areas and objects, such as paintings, walls, and collectibles.
Decorative Lighting – It become essentials for chandeliers and candles.
Tips for Dining Rooms
•Use more chandeliers or just one fixture to light the room. Layer with light from a selection of sources to get the most flexibility required for creating special moods in the same room.
•Using dimmers and layering with light allows you to use the brilliant light you require while setting your table, and then carry the light down when your guests arrive.
•For a stylish setting, blend candlelight and lesser levels of electric light sources all over the room. Dim every group of lights separately to make a variety of dining moods.
Tips for Living Rooms
•Use Layers of light, wall washers, down lights, and accent lights on dimmers to make a medley of possible effects – from spacious to intimate.
•Place light sources at a variety of heights within the room (ceiling, table, floor) to add image interest and human scale.
•Use translucent shades on table lamps to add to the ambient light level.
Tips for Kitchens
•Use White fluorescent bulbs to improve cool colors like gray and blue, use White bulbs to enhance warm colors like yellow, red, and beige or to balance wood cabinets.
•Try fluorescent under cabinet fixtures at the border of your cabinets to illuminate your workspace and decrease shadows in food preparation areas.
•Consider dense fluorescent down-lights for universal lighting to help reduce heat and electric bills.
Tips for Bedrooms
•Break the room into several zones by lighting and switch them separately, and then regulate accordingly for the mood you want to set.
•Provide light for reading by selecting swing-arm or flexible bedside lamps.
•Use night-lights to give guests the facility to see in the dark if they require getting up during the night.
Tips for Powder Rooms
•Place strip lights to either side of the mirror other than above to improve visibility and reduce shadows for shaving and applying make-up.
•Select a couple of decorative wall scones to flank the mirror in a powder room.
•To make the room more inviting, try to dim all incandescent and halogen sources and keep a candle burning.
When amusing family and friends at home, lighting for safety and security is forever a priority. Keep these tips in mind as you believe how best to protect your home – and your guests – from accidents and crime.
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