Do you have enough lighting in each room in your house? Lighting a room is probably the number one thing you can do to change the vibe and mood of a space. In addition to helping you see in the evenings. In essence applying strategic lighting for every day tasks will make your life easier.
Kitchen Lighting do you have Enough lighting in each room in your house?
In this example, under the cabinet lighting was used to illuminate the counter top areas. Therefore, the whole kitchen has a fresh and brighter appearance.
Interior kitchen cabinet lighting
For instance, notice how well lit the interiors of these kitchen cabinets appear. This was achieved by installing low voltage LED lighting inside the cabinets. Resulting in better visibility.
Bedroom lighting needs to have task lighting, mood lighting and over all brightness for getting dressed. Do you have enough lighting? Similarly, in this photo note the two bedside swing arm lamps, the two wall sconces, the overhead chandelier and recessed lighting near the perimeter of the room. In addition adding dimmers to any room will give you more control over the lighting.
Dining Room Lighting
When considering how to light your dining room. It’s important to take into account the size of the room, the height of the ceilings and the size of your table. In addition, the formula is the length + the width of the room = the size in inches for a chandelier. As an example in this photo the chandelier is in perfect proportions to the overall room size. Look for a similar chandelier here
Living Room Mood Lighting
Lighting your living room opens up an opportunity to add dramatic lighting. In addition to task lighting for reading and watching television. Recessed wall washer lighting can hi-light your artwork or sculptures. In concussion, wall sconces add some drama and additional lighting. Similarly adding few well placed can lights creates a dramatic effect.