Lighting Selection Suggestions and Common Mistakes

Nordic Chandelier

1: The chandelier is “different from top to bottom”

There are roughly two types of chandeliers on the market, one is a light source that illuminates upwards, and the other is a light source that illuminates downwards. The former is to hit the light to the roof first, and then reflect it through the roof; the latter is to directly direct the light to the ground, which is more common. So, is it free to choose just based on liking? Of course not. If the ceiling of the room itself is uneven, the putty is rough, and a chandelier that illuminates the light source upwards, the result will definitely be self-defeating. At this time, it is necessary to weaken people’s attention to the top. In this way, a chandelier that folds down to illuminate the light source is the most suitable choice. In addition, if the ceiling is very complicated, and the lamp body itself is very fragmented, it is not suitable to choose the upward light source. When the light is reflected from the ceiling, it will appear too messy.

2: Cold light sources may not be suitable for bathrooms

Many people think that the bathroom must choose a lamp with a cold light source to appear clean, but this is not the case. Cold light source lamps, such as fluorescent lamps, ring lamps, etc., are often used for bathroom and kitchen lighting. As everyone knows, such bright light is most likely to cause dust to be exposed to the world. Even a little water stain on the tile is clearly visible. Instead of this, it is better to install a ceiling light with a yellow light source on the top of the bathroom, and then for easy operation, only install a clean and bright cold light source light above the mirror table or sink, so that it is not only convenient for washing, but also can pass the light and shade of the light beam. Contrast, let’s ignore those occasional dusty places, thus highlighting the cleanliness and tranquility in the bathroom.

3: The light source should also be divided into primary and secondary

Some people think that there is only one bright enough light in the room, and then they will turn on the light no matter what they do, thinking that this will save money, but it is not. In addition to lighting, lights can also play a role in functional division. For example, when watching TV, you can only turn on a small spotlight; when eating, you can only turn on the lamp at the dining table. Read books and newspapers, choose floor lamps and table lamps. No matter how bright or bright the ceiling light in the kitchen is, it cannot replace the light on the console. Just like the ceiling light in the study room, no matter how bright or bright it is, it cannot replace the light on the desk. If the light is hung high, it is easy to have projections. In the place where the eyes are used, such as the operating table, it is necessary to consider sufficient lighting.

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