Published at Wednesday, February 07th, 2018 - 10:55:26 AM. . By Kathleen.
Not so long ago, it was pretty common for the kitchens in small houses and apartments to be fitted with one hanging ceiling fixture to supply all the light in the room. This was often an unpleasant arrangement that caused all sorts of unsightly shadows in the room as sunlight progressed throughout the day. And, unless your stove was right underneath the beam of the kitchen ceiling lighting, cooking dinner at night would always take place in the half dark. These days home designers and renovators have many more options when it comes to type and style of fixtures in the kitchen.
A well-planned lighting can ensure that all the right spots of the kitchen are well lit. To chalk out a good lighting plan, one should start by measuring the kitchen using a graph paper. Set proper scales on the graph paper showing the length and breadth of the area. Then sketch in the furniture arrangement and any wall-mounted stuff that you would like to illuminate. It is very important to have a clear picture of what exactly you want to illuminate with the recessed lights.
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