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What are the different types of indoor lights and how to best use them?


ruby_walker
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Any suggestion welcome as to the difefrent types and best uses of indoor lights...?


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grey_christian
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Downlights work really well in pretty much every indoor toom.

I would very muchrecommend warm white globes (3000K) as cool white can be kind of harsh.

If your ceiling cavity doe snot have space for diwnlight driversm there are fantastic choice for surface mounted downlights.


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Pendant lights are one of the most common types of indoor lights, with a huge amount of choice.

Pick one that is not too low and not too large, but one that stands out.


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evans_eva
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Indoor sconces are really starting to come back into fashion, particularly in foyers and corridors. They can rreally enhance your home.


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For those with a low budget, or if you are renting, then table lamps and floor lamps is perfect!


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I like undercabinet lights and LED strip lights. They cast a very subtle glow and work really well in all sorts of rooms, including kitchens and garages.


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Ceiling spotlights are perfect. They have the functionality of downlights but you can focus them exactly where you want.


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Agree, spotlights are also great at highlighting treasured art pieces and unusual furniture pieces. We use a few to point at our grand piano.


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I love chandeliers. They are expensive, granted, but they are a real talking point and transform any room they are put in.


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Samuel
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Don't forget natural light - big windows, skylights, etc. 


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