Lighting. Tuesday , May 30th , 2017 - 08:19:33 AM
The living room is also where we like to display the best of our tastes in home dcor, and highlighting this taste is best done with accent lights. So, whether it is a pendant lamp right above your choicest sculpture or a picture light above your favorite painting, what you need to consider is the wattage of the bulb. It should not be so bright that it drowns out the appearance of the artwork, neither so dull that its presence goes unnoticed. And you know what? Sometimes, you just don't need any artwork, because you have the most gorgeous wallpaper or an amazing texture paint, and that's all you should highlight by fixing a wall sconce on this wall or multiple pendant lamps against it.
You could, for instance, highlight a high-ceiling bedroom with a light source that throws light downwards while you do the reverse for a low-ceiling bedroom. Pendant lights, for that matter, are best suited for a room with a high cathedral ceiling, while wall fixtures and free-standing lamps are best suitable for rooms with low ceilings.
Once the design and type of outdoor lighting fixture is selected, the next important question is voltage. Outdoor light fixtures are available in either 12-volt or 120-volt versions and for houses the best deal is low voltage outdoor lighting. These are easier to install as the system runs on harmless 12-volt current with light weight wiring laid on the ground or buried just below surface. The 120-volt system on other hand is same as used in interior of house and requires precautions and handling. The advantage of high voltage outdoor lighting is that it is permanent using buried conduit whereas the low voltage outdoor lighting is that is easily damaged due to superficial placement of wires.
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