Lighting

Types of Recessed Lighting

Many people redecorating or renovating a property these days will fit recessed lights in some rooms. Recessed lights can, of course, be installed in any room of a property to provide inconspicuous lighting and an even lighting pattern within it. Whilst most recessed lighting is fitted into ceilings; it can also be fitted into walls, under cabinets and even in staircases to create some truly stunning effects.

Housings for Recessed Lights

Indoor Home Stair Lighting Ideas

In most houses the indoors stairs connecting the ground and first floors are off the hallway, so you should make sure that your indoor home stair lighting designs give a warm and welcoming glow to any visitors. If you’ve more than one story to your property, having the same lighting arrangements for all staircases will help to maintain that warm flow throughout the house.

Recessed Lights Placement

 Recessed lighting in a ceilingOne of the hottest trends in home remodeling today is adding recessed lights to an area of the home. The recessed lights placement can be in a multitude of areas around the home, including living rooms, kitchens, bed rooms, bathrooms, and basements. Many homeowners view recessed lighting as a sophisticated and unique touch to their home.

Lighting a Coffered Ceiling

Although many people have plain and flat ceilings in their rooms, a coffered ceiling is typically made of wood panels that have a relief or design on them. The panels can be used to create various effects in rooms, according to the shape, size and color of them.

Quite often a coffered ceiling will make a room appear smaller and darker than it really is. By correctly lighting a coffered ceiling you can alter these perceptions, making the room seem completely different.

Types of Light Fixtures

Tuscan Kitchen Lighting Tips

If you’ve taken the time to decorate your kitchen in a Tuscan style, it’s quite likely that one of the things you didn’t bother considering was what Tuscan kitchen lighting would look like to match the rest of the room! Lighting is one of the most important aspects of a kitchen, but often it gets neglected in favor of nicer cabinets, a backsplash, a new countertop – but if anyone was to look up when they entered your kitchen, would the lighting tie the theme together? Here’s a look at some of the options available to homeowners who want to recreate that authentic Tuscan theme in every area of their kitchen.

Tips on Tuscan Lighting