Recessed Lighting - Contemporary Interior Decoration -IDEA INTERIOR DESIGN

Illuminating is a key element that helps to improve the style and usability of your home. Recessed lighting is an easy way to make the smaller corners look deeper, emphasize the features of the room, or throw a show of light to highlight the wall textures. You can emphasize the details and create enjoyable light highlights in every room to render a new look. It can provide remarkable and modest illumination for every part of your house.
Where to use

This lighting can be used in any part of your home. In a foyer or hall-way, it helps to highlight a spiraling stairway or entrance. You could use adjustable recessed lighting in the areas to illuminate the objects that you want to place the focus on. A single fixture helps to illuminate several areas, by changing a spot bulb to a flood. You could also stress the details in a corner with spot fixtures that are placed strategically.
It might not look good to use these lights in rows at the centre of the room, or place them very close to each other. The light fixtures' sizes should be proportional to the space between them. When these fixtures are used for task lighting, they should be placed overhead, so that your head or shoulders do not block the light.


It is very convenient to use these fixtures. You can embed them directly in the ceiling. They do not pose any inconvenience, as there aren't any dangling cords or switches connected to them. There are no lampshades or bulbs that block your view. You can make the choice from the many types of recessed lighting depending on the ambience of your home, the accent you want to create, the purpose you want to use it for.

You can install recessed fixtures sandwiched between the ceiling joists of a new building. You can do this even if a home is being majorly remodeled. You can obtain recessed fixtures that are intended for structures already in place. These fixtures can be slipped into the existing ceiling space, after making holes to accommodate the wiring. The fixtures offered by us are IC housing rated, and so these can be used safely even when ceiling insulation is present. When your ceiling is not insulated, you can choose a non-IC housing rated fixture.

This lighting is sleek, practical, flexible and very reasonable. These fixtures are invisible; the unit, the bulb, and the wiring are all hidden away within the ceiling joists and you can switch it on using a wall switch. So, all you see would be bright discs focused on a counter, a painting, a curio, or an arrangement.

You can alter the brilliance, and set different areas of the room in various brightness. These lights provide you the flexibility of trying out different options of illuminating your living spaces. You can switch some lights on, and keep other off to give a good look to your rooms. Depending on the ceiling height and its design, you can choose the kind of recessed lighting that best suits you room.