Recessed lights can radically change the way your home looks and feels. Done right, they can bathe your space in soft light, highlight special features, and help you set the right mood. Done wrong, they turn your ceiling into a polka-dotted nightmare of harsh spotlights and awkward shadows. So, how do you get it right? We’ve put together three . . .
Whether you’re building or renovating, understanding your lighting options and making smart choices will completely transform the way your kitchen looks and feels. Keep in mind - your kitchen will look best with multiple types of lighting! One light overhead just won’t do the room justice - and it probably won’t give off enough light to cook . . .
Recessed lights go by many names, such as downlights, pot lights, can lights, and puck lights. No matter the name, they all refer to light fixtures that are installed inside (recessed into) your ceiling. They shine light into the room without hanging down into the space like a chandelier or a flush mount fixture. There’s a lot to know about . . .