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The Mysteries of Light: The 3 Ways of Illumination


Interior designers know that the real trick behind creating an amazing space is to use these three types of lighting. Each one has a specific use, but they can also be used in combination to make a space seem inviting and practical. Let's take a closer look at the three types and how to incorporate them in your design:

  • Task: Probably the most important type of lighting is task lighting. This is what helps you see the vegetables you're chopping in the kitchen or read that book after you settle in bed for the night. The bathroom vanity is also an important place for proper lighting. Use the right lamps or fixtures to create well-lighted spaces for your daily tasks.
  • Ambient: This is what professional designers call overhead or room lighting. Builders put small, dome light fixtures into a brand-new house. Many people replace these with more attractive options, but make sure they provide enough light for the space if you make the change. Chandeliers and other pretty room lights will set the mood of each space.
  • Accent: Last, accent lighting is what draws the eye's attention to certain features of the room. For example, you may put small lights over paintings the way they do in museums. Up-lighting in a feature corner or in a display cabinet also enhances the viewer's perception of these items in your home.

Do you have the right lighting throughout your home?

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