Lighting. Wednesday , September 19th , 2018 - 18:13:00 PM
Another important aspect when planning the illumination of a house are the switches. Try to place them near the doors and easily to reach in order to turn on or turn off the lights in comfort. In the living room, install a switch for each lamp or group of them and dimmable lights. Know that it takes about 20 watts of light per square meter of space. Several table lamps or floor lamps, spread around the room, give a softer effect than a single central lamp.
In the living room, look for light effects to highlight areas where there are paintings, sculptures or plants. A chandelier or pendant light can be ideal to illuminate the dining table, or you can also place several small hanging lights. In bedrooms install a general lights, put lamps on the bedside tables for reading, and lights in the closet area. In children rooms utilize dimmable wall lamps instead of floor lamps or table lamps.
It is good practice to see how the lighting looks at night before committing to installing the fittings. This will ensure that the lights create the desired effect and that glare which would create an uncomfortable environment for visitors can be eliminated. For example, if a pool light is installed facing the patio area, the light will no doubt become an unwelcome distraction for people trying to enjoy an evening out of the house. By the same token, you wouldn't want to use high wattage uplighters to demarcate a pathway, as people using the pathway may end up with temporary blindness every time they look down towards the path.
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