Replace harsh lamps and traditional light fixtures with the beauty of recessed lighting.
There is nothing more attractive than illuminating your home with recessed lighting. Installed flush against the ceiling’s surface, they give rooms a larger and more spacious feel.
Recessed lighting is used in almost any room in the home. They are most popular in the main living spaces but are also used in both the kitchen and bathroom. The cost is why most people tend to avoid this feature, but once you look at the benefits, you will consider it an investment.
Naturally Increases Living Space
Recessed lights create a wall-washing effect which means it casts more light throughout the room, opening it up naturally. For example, placing them in your basement will open up the normally dark space and puts you in control of the lighting. Proper spacing is still the key in making any room feel larger, but add the brilliance of recessed lighting and you’ve accomplished so much more.
Accenting Specific Ares of Your Home
Recessed lighting creates a soft glow that accentuates the beauty of features in your home. And with the availability of smaller recessed lights, there is almost no end in sight for all of your accenting needs.
Because of their versatility, recessed lights are frequently used to create ambient lighting. With the addition of a dimmer switch, you monitor the amount of light that goes into your room. Dim it down for a movie or brighten it up for a party, the choice is yours. Add LED bulbs and you will be saving on energy costs and they last longer than traditional incandescent light bulbs.