The Four Basic Types Of Home Lighting
|One way to improve your dream house is to have the perfect home lighting. Home lighting is one of the most important elements in home interior design. It can create the right element that makes your house elegant and conducive for any type of mood. The right atmosphere can be created when you take a few steps into account.
There four basic types of lighting for the home, Understanding these four types will help you achieve your desired effect in any area of your house. These types will also help you plan and decide what type of home lighting decorations you should purchase.
1. Ambient or general lighting. Its purpose is to illuminate the whole room. Most interior lighting decorators suggests that a dimmer light should be installed with your track and recessed lights to add flexibility in adjusting the brightness thus changing mood and practicality.
2. Task lighting. Its main function is help you perform the task at hand such as reading, cooking, shaving etc. It provides sufficient light for any particular activity so it should be glare free, and it should not tire or strain your eyes.
3. Accent lighting. Is known as focused lighting used to illuminate a sculpture, piece of art or any architectural element placed in any areas in your home. It is about three times as bright as the ambient light to give justice to any masterpiece it is being used to highlight.
4. Natural lighting. This light is the natural light that any time of the day is produced. It comes through the windows, doors and skylights. This light varies in brightness and intensity depending on the time of the day, season and weather. It achieves a light and airy feel.
You must also know that home lighting can have an effect whether the room will look smaller or bigger. There are lighting techniques that can enhance the real size of your house without exerting extra effort and without spending too much.
One of the most enjoyable parts of my work is coming into contact with amazing artists who are creating unique pieces for clients to enhance their surroundings.
These lighting examples are by Neil Wilkin and are available by order Worldwide.
Recently returned from Australia’s west coast, Neil is currently making small and large-scale glass art for interiors and garden projects – residential, commercial and exhibitions. His work is found in public and private collections and exhibited throughout the UK, Europe, USA, Asia and Western Australia.
With an exceptional eye for detail, meticulously finished and a talent for enhancing the visual impact of any space he continues developing extremely exciting and unrivalled designs.With his own glass studio making small and large-scale glass art for interiors and gardens for all sectors. Continuing to work with British and European glass designers, including Rachael Woodman.
. Neil and Sarah Wilkin