Lighting. Thursday , February 23rd , 2017 - 11:19:30 AM
Glass art lighting can be created by blown glass, cast glass, slumped glass, or etched glass. Stained glass has also been popular over the years because of the rainbow of colors that make it up. If you contract art lighting, make sure wiring conforms to UL electrical standard to avoid an electrical mishaps.
Quick Tip: Instead of using recessed lighting on ceilings, use it behind units and under cabinets for a more dramatic effect.
In a living room, place fixtures approximately 8'- 0" apart to provide general unobtrusive light that won't clash with room furnishings. A dimmer gives adjustable light levels for any activity or occasion. Be sure to distribute the light evenly. The fixtures should be about 18" to 24" from the wall, spaced one to one-and-a-half times the distance from the wall. To highlight a textured wall or reveal wall patterns (such as a brick wall) use the grazing technique by placing fixtures 12" from the wall and 12" to 24" apart.
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