Lighting. Tuesday , August 29th , 2017 - 19:19:30 PM
Choosing a sconce to highlight a picture on the wall of your living room or to illuminate your hallway can be styled very differently from the sconce you chose for your bedroom reading. The sconce that will be used as accent lighting should be tailored to the item it is illuminating. For example, if you are showcasing a picture on the wall, I would suggest a light that can be angled and directed specifically at the piece you are featuring. When illuminating your hallway, a more traditionally-styled wall sconce could be used. A sconce that does not direct the light into one particular direction, but illuminates an overall space instead.
Finally, the same type of sconce that can illuminate your hallway, can also help to illuminate your workspace in the bathroom-particularly on each side of the mirror. These types of sconces can be viewed as both accent and task lighting. The lighting above the mirror and the sconces on each side of the mirror can be paired together to create a well-lit, workable space.
It is recommended to get a professional home energy audit with the help of a professional electrician. This helps one to pinpoint areas where the home is losing energy and what all improvements are required to save money in the long run. The professional recommends making upgrades in a home energy audit, which can save up to 10%-30% of the annual utility bill.
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