By Kathleen. Lighting. Published at Saturday, February 10th, 2018 - 07:13:26 AM.
Lighting in the kitchen: LEDs are directional and small and therefore they are best for countertop lighting used for reading recipes and cooking. The color appears blue or cooler than most would desire in a kitchen and shadowing can occur. It is therefore important to select the products carefully so as to find what is most ideal in your target space. The recessed downlights: these are often used in bathrooms, hallways and residential kitchens as well as in different commercial and office settings. Many people are using the downlights and the LED has decreased wattage to a great extent.
Control ambience intelligent lighting control helps you to create the ambience you desire by illuminating or dimming a collection of lights. For instance, with a single tap on your phone you can switch all the indoor lights off and dim all the garden lights for a perfect campfire evening with your friends. You can also dim and change the colour of your living room LEDs to have a faint blue hue to enjoy an evening watching movie with friends.
If you are going for a new look for the pendant lighting you currently have, here are some easy DIY styling ideas that you may want to consider to provide your home something different and fresh. For old chandeliers that seem to have lost their aesthetic relevance, you can modernise them to fit the current design of your home by spray painting them with an opaque colour, which is quite in trend these days. To make them more energy-efficient, make the switch from the traditional incandescent bulbs to compact fluorescent bulbs or CFLS, which use about 75% less energy and last ten times longer. Now, if you are really gunning for bigger energy savings, you may want to invest in light emitting diodes or LEDs, which are slightly pricier but use 80% to 90% less energy and can last you over ten years.
For the rosettes, go for a colour that would compliment the colour palette of the room. You can go for the scattered or compact method of gluing the rosettes. The final product is a voluminous drum shade that has a strong feminine appeal. Great alternatives for rosettes are feathers and strings of plastic beads, which you can purchase from your local craft store.
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