Millie Caldwell. Lighting. September 21st , 2018.
Once you have planned where your lighting should be positioned, you need to consider the type of light fitting that would suit your home. There are now a wide range of light fittings available, making it easier to find the right colour and style to compliment the period of your home, the existing furniture and other design features. You will need to consider the some practicalities, such as the size of light fitting selected for a particular space and recessed or wall lights can be a better in homes with low ceilings. Many High Street shops only have a limited selection of light fittings that fit in with current interior trends. If you are looking for something specific, or a colour that isn't this season's fashion, then you may have more success with an online lighting specialist such as Lights On Lights Off, who can offer a much wider selection.
You should have the right amount of switches on the right places. Don't put in the one switch that turns everything on. That is the worst thing you can do. As you don't just cook in your kitchen, you need to have different lights on in different times. When you consider placing the switches, you should have a switch for each type of kitchen lighting - one for the general, another for the task- and one for your accent lights. You can also segregate lighting by 'geography': the switch for the worktop's task light should be near to the worktop. For the pendants above the kitchen island you should have a switch near the island.
The dominating advantages of LED over the conventional lighting like; incandescent bulb and CFL, makes them the best choice for every new installation and upgrade that needs to be illuminated. LED converts 80% of your electrical energy into light energy. So it does really justify for what you pay off. This ultimately reduces your expense on electricity bill and thus, saves both energy and money. For example, replacing old lighting system with new LED system on Iconic Miami Tower helped to save $259,767 annually in energy, maintenance and operating costs.
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