Good interior lighting requires a bit of planning. And that planning is best done ahead of time, as virtually all interior designers agree. In fact, the right lighting is crucial for the atmosphere you create in your home. Lighting can make or break an interior.
When choosing indoor lights, always start with your needs. First and foremost, indoor lighting must be practical. Walk through your interior, room by room, and determine exactly what you will use each room for. Is it a room that will only be used for relaxing? If so, then you will need less light than you would if you also need to do paperwork in that same room.
Indoor lighting can be subdivided into four types.
Admittedly, the distinctions between these types of lighting are sometimes fuzzy. Interior wall lighting can contribute to the basic lighting as well as create a mood in the room.
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