Published at Friday, September 14th 2018. by Marion Richardson in Island Lights.
In hallways and other areas, it adds grace and striking style. The light and shadows cast by them is astounding. Hang them in an even row down the length of a hall for a classic look, or hang one by itself or in a cluster in a foyer. The length should fall between twelve and sixteen inches for a typical 8-foot ceiling, and eighteen to twenty-four for taller ceilings.
The kitchen is a work area and as such needs to have lighting other than general purpose lighting. Take a look around at the dark spots in the kitchen. Maybe adding some under cabinet lighting would help showcase your counter tops while providing much needed light for that work area. Perhaps over the kitchen island there needs to be a series of small, more direct lighting fixtures to help in food preparation. Over the kitchen or dining room table, installing lights that can be on a dimming switch can create quite the mood. And when it's time to get the homework done with the kids, the switch can be turned up a few notches to insure proper light that will help with eye strain.
Using an assortment of lighting in the room can help keep things bright and functional as well as create certain moods. And the nice thing about this is it can be done on a variety of different budgets.
Consequently, we should try to reciprocate the feeling by being a little bit mindful of the needs of our homes as well as be answerable to the overall look of our homes. We should not come to pass to decorate our homes the best way we can by adding extra special like kitchen island lighting to make it more livable and more enticing to stay for family, friends and even occasional guests. Anyway, who else would do that in the first place?
The second function of recessed lighting in a kitchen is to illuminate the whole room. If you have a large kitchen you might decide to use some additional recessed lighting around an eating cove or along walk way areas that might appear dark otherwise.
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