Methods Of Artificial Lighting Of Your Home .

With the help of a well-established world an opportunity to create a room or a house cosiness and comfort. Due to lighting can be changed in the evening and night to no recognition in the perception of interior design. We used, that chandelier is the main way of general lighting, traditionally suspended in the middle of the room, mainly for the interior is decorated in classic style. In the classical setting is optional have the lamp in the center of the room, it makes sense to move it to a place of need. When installing the lighting should keep in mind the degree of illumination during daylight hours and the size of the house.

Lately it has become popular lighting reflects light from the ceiling and walls. This coverage is typical uniform distribution of light, nice and soft for the perception of the eye. To use this coverage is well used as ceiling lighting chandeliers and floor lamps and sconces with upward directed shades in the form of a sphere or a hemisphere. The reflected light is scattered uniformly around the perimeter of the room and gives coverage of a sense of lightness airiness. Lamps, the luminous flux which is mainly directed downward, to a greater extent intended for a particular defined area room. These lamps are used for excellent coverage of recreation and dining zones. Also widely used in directional light fixtures, they are used to isolate and highlight specific parts of the interior. In small rooms with high ceilings can be applied ceiling suspension Located in the middle of the room for the main lighting, and you must also put light of local lighting.

Large room can be divided into zones of different directions and find your way to light for each zone except the main light. In particular, the long room to highlight the ability to mount a wiring diagram, in which the illumination is possible in the beginning of the corridor and off to another end.

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