Replacing hanging lamps and chandeliers with multiple recessed lights continues to be a popular trend in kitchen remodeling. Since recessed lights are virtually flush with the ceiling, they help make any room look and feel larger. Most recessed lights come equipped with long-lasting LED light bulbs.
Spotlights and Downlights
A downlight is a recessed light that sheds light in one direction only – downward. Downlights are often used in both residential and commercial settings to lend a touch of the dramatic or create whatever mood you desire. How many downlights you need depends on the height of the ceiling, what you’re using them for, and the brightness of the bulbs.
Spotlights, on the other hand, are designed so you can change the position of one or more lamps on a single head. Unlike downlights, spotlights can be mounted on walls and ceilings. What’s more, you can mount them individually or in pre-manufactured groups.
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Wall sconces have endured from one generation to the next for the added beauty they provide. The light is softer and more diffused than overhead lighting, thus helping to create a warm and inviting atmosphere. Wall sconces make for great additions to a living room or dining room – some of our customers even use them as bedroom reading lamps.
Accent lights come in many different forms, but all with the same purpose, i.e., to cast light on objects or areas of interest, such as a treasured painting or family portrait, an antique vase, aquarium, or anything else you hold near and dear.
So, before you hang one more painting or buy another piece of furniture, contact Excel Electrical Technologies for ideas on how indoor lighting can help turn ordinary into extraordinary…right inside your four walls. At your request, we’re also happy to provide a guaranteed price quote for lighting installation, indoors or out.