Lighting. Thursday , June 29th , 2017 - 18:19:30 PM
With the multipurpose functionality of living rooms, it is only essential that the lighting be right, though it is often one of the most overlooked aspects in the process of home decorating. Lighting is often chosen for its look (including the fixture), without understanding its purpose and how its placement affects the functionality it is supposed to offer. So, you have very bright light in very small spaces, very dim lighting in rooms with high ceilings, lots of shadows here and there, and effectively nothing to use the light for. Yes, it looks striking, but does it work for you? Here's how to choose gorgeous, yet very efficient, lighting for your living room.
LED stands for Light emitting diodes. These bulbs are about four times more efficient and more environment friendly than the conventional incandescent bulbs and compact fluorescent bulbs respectively. These bulbs last longer than the other kinds of bulbs. They are expected to last about 15 years longer than the conventional lighting before burning out.
Typically low voltage lighting systems are used for landscape lighting around the home. The preferred light fittings used to create landscape lighting, are low voltage, weather resistant fixtures. The low voltage used reduces the risk of electrocution if live wiring or terminals are touched. Also if power supply transformers are used to reduce the voltage, then they also isolate the low voltage system from the mains voltage which increases safety.
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