Diwali is all about lighting. If you are planning a home makeover this season, then lighting should be something you should upgrade. Here are some tips you could use to light up each room:
Kitchen lighting should not only be practical, and functional, it should also be jazzy especially if you have an open kitchen.
- You must go for fixtures that are easy to clean as Indian cooking leads to a lot of greasy deposits around the kitchen.
- With Indian cooking, you may want to ensure recessed lighting is used a little farther from the stove, as cleaning recessed fixtures is a task.
- Under-cabinet lighting provides direct illumination of kitchen work surfaces, and are out of sight!
- You could also use Pendant fixtures over areas you use a lot.
Living Room Lighting
- If you have a TV in this room, you need to ensure that the lights don’t reflect on the TV’s surface, else it will hinder your viewing
- Recessed lights work best in this room
- You may want a mixture of directional LEDs or focus lights and ambient lights here. Focus lights to highlight artifacts and ambient lights to create am ambiance
- Another great application for LEDs is stair lighting. Install an inexpensive LED stair lighting kit to guide you down safely in the middle of the night, and also because it makes your stairwell look really cool.
- Ensure that the lighting focuses on the eating area or the food. You could use a pendant fixture or two to illuminate the dining table for this purpose.
- You could also use inexpensive LED rope lights. these are extremely versatile. They give a nice festive and homely look to any space they are used in.
- Ensure the lighting is relaxing.
- A combination of recessed lighting and directional lights are needed if you read a lot and have a study table in the room.
- Ensure the dresser has a good task right as well as reasonable ambient light. So that the face is well lit when you stand in front of the mirror.
- Ceiling lights in front of or inside wardrobes are a good idea.
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