Peterssen / Keller Architecture
When it comes to your dining area, make sure you choose a lamp that is the right size for your table. If you can not find something that is big enough, clustering should be made up of several lights together. I like to make sure that the device is at least one-third the size of the table. And make sure you mount it about 30 to 38 inches above the food surface. Also be sure that you have a dimmable switch so you can set the mood.
West Coast Homes
Undercabinet lighting. A simple volant on the bottom of your cabinets does not properly hide the cable for the lighting. Plan in advance and have your millworker build a double bottom to hide the wires.
Divine Design + Build
Another option is talking to a carpenter about the routing channel cutout for LED strip lighting.
Capoferro design build group
Track lighting. Track lighting is a great way to brighten up several areas with wiring, just for an electric field. There are tons of big-looking lane lights available these days, but if you’re not a fan, try plunging the track in the ceiling. It creates a cool architectural detail while maintaining functionality.
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Wall light lighting. Bathroom sconces are ideal for lighting your face in the mirror. They work best when you mount them, close them to the height of your face, but if you do not have the space, a wall lamp above the mirror will work nicely as well.
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Wall effects . Sconces in other areas can create ambience and amazing effects. This wall does not even have to be art because of the pattern, the light of the sconces.
Pot lighting. I like to use pot lights, often referred to as recessed lights in certain rooms of a home, but I do not think you need to act as a substitute for indirect lighting that works like floor and table lamps. Pot lights work best in areas where tasks occur, such as the kitchen or laundry room. You can use far less pot lights in bedroom, living room and dining room.
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Bedside lighting. When choosing lights for your bedside tables, make sure that you think about how you’ll be using them. Are you strictly decorative or rather functional? When you set it as a task that lights up, make sure that you are pivoting for easy reading in bed.
Gregory Phillips Architects
Stair lighting. This is one of my favorite ways to add lighting to a room. Stair lighting can take any renovation to the next level. They are not overly expensive and they are very functional.
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