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Charlotte
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Any ideas appreciated re importance of lights in the home and in interior design?


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Martha
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Lighting is often overlooked in design and the home - sadly! It is very important.


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martin_white
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Lighting can make or break a home! It can be the difference between an inviting, warm, relaxed, lovely space to a over-bright, cold, dank house. 


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thomas_isaac
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I think lighting in bedroom is so very imortant ... make sure you use warm lights with dimmers.


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Charlotte
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You should most definitely care! Lighting is critical in terms of mood, safety, design, colour, etc.


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Chen
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Every interior designer that I know has lighting as one of their top tricks for making a space (commercial or residential) look great and feel fantastic.


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Mike
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Poor lighting at home gives you eye strain and can even give mild despression (no joke) so don't take it too lightly.


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Maria
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I've seen homes completely transformed - and I don;t use the word lightly - by improving their lights.


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Daniel
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Lighting can impact how you physically feel about a room, for example dark lights can make a room feel small and cramped, and the opposite can apply also. 


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David
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If you a re a romantic like me 😉 then lights rule supreme! If you are not, then get boring lights...


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Charles
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Bad lighting, whether too bright, too dark, or misdirected, can make people feel incredibly uncomfortable (without even knowing why) - so YES definitely care!


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Martha
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If you care about lighting, go for natural lights (big wodonw, dun facing, skylights etc) as much as possible.


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David
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In the home always go for warm white lights (rather than cool white or daylight white). They make you feel warm and fuzzy!


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If your house has a dark hallway or you simply want to brighten up your kitchen, then installing solar tubes is the right way. A solar tube will provide adequate, warm, and indirect light that will illuminate the chosen section of the house.

You can reduce the carbon footprint of your home through the use of solar tube lighting. Rest assured that you aren't being exposed to dangerous emissions since only clean and renewable energy is produced by the tubes.

They are more energy-efficient and eliminates unfavorable heat gain by diffusing the captured light rays. The solar dome blocks the UV rays contained in the sunlight before the light rays are passed down the tubes.


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Having rope solar lights installed is ideal and practical for holiday adornments and other various occasions. Aside from their safety of use, these solar rope fixtures are energy-saving. These solar lighting systems will work best for your needs. They are adept at transforming any place into a more stunning view without putting in much effort.
If you’d like to exhibit some of your creativity skills, you could form the lights according to your style. Most models are bendable, or you can shape them in desired forms.


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