Lighting. Tuesday , September 18th , 2018 - 16:40:52 PM
Installing solar powered lights is a terrific Do-It-Yourself (DIY) project for the homeowner who wants to reduce energy costs and save some money. Installing is easy and simple. A small project of a few lights could be put in place and be ready to use in an hour or two. If this kind of project sounds interesting to you, here are some great solar lighting ideas you can easily do yourself that will bring your outdoor areas to brilliant life at night.
The bath area - The primary function of the bath area is relaxation followed by hygiene. The lights in this area should be a mixture of all three types of lighting. There should be soft general lighting with the capability to turn on some task lighting when needed. To improve the atmosphere in the bath area you could have some accent lighting highlighting some art or a design feature of the bathroom its self. In this area you are trying to create an environment of relaxation, romance, and function. Let your imagination flow while designing this part of your room. There are so many different types of lights that could be used here to create the perfect atmosphere. Look at track lighting, chandeliers, pendant lights, sconces, and spot lights, along with anything else that catch your eye and evaluate what you think will work for you.
LED lights are a low-energy option for mains-powered lights. These eco-friendly products do not use mercury in their production and can last up to 100 times longer than incandescent globes. Although the initial cost is currently substantially higher than that of incandescent globes, as technology improves and demand grows, the number of manufacturers will grow and increase competitiveness and so prices will begin to drop to more affordable levels.
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