Ceiling Light / April 24, 2018 / Noreen Burch
The overall look and style of the space should be taken into account, so that a ceiling lighting fixture complements and accentuates the look. A huge chandelier looks out of place in a small space, just as a small chandelier is easily overlooked in a large space. Indirect lighting fixtures should be chosen to avoid glare and visual fatigue formed by direct lights, especially in rooms with reflective surfaces and in offices with computers. A ceiling lighting fixture in the kitchen can house an energy-efficient fluorescent bulb.
Consider the different types of kitchen ceiling light fixtures. This will give you an idea of what you can have in your kitchen. You have the lights that provide the ambient, the task and the mood lighting. You can apply one or a combination of these lighting ideas in your kitchen depending on the purpose your kitchen has. The ambient fixtures may just give you the light that will spread throughout the kitchen area. The task light is focused on a certain part of the kitchen to illuminate a specific area of the kitchen while the mood or accent lights are the lights that would help in setting the mood in your kitchen. Applying these three in your kitchen may give you kitchen the illumination that it needs but also the ambiance that you would want to have in your kitchen.
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