Published at Thursday, May 24th, 2018 - 22:15:31 PM. Home Design. By Aya Latourelle.
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A well-placed fixture is just as important as the type of light chosen. "Light that hits reflective surfaces makes the room look bigger," she says. "If you light only the middle of the room it makes the room look small and dark." Bouncing adjustable track bulbs off the ceiling and surrounding walls makes the room seem bigger, the ceilings higher.
Also important to consider is how the color temperature of the bulb will mix with the colors in the room. Warm whites cast an amber glow, suitable for cozy interior spaces, while cool light and natural light (or "daylight") bulbs cast a blue hue, appearing brighter like natural daylight which, to some, can seem harsh in the winter. The color of the light will mix with the color of the walls, flooring and furniture it lands upon – for example, blue light on yellow-hued walls creates a greenish tone, while amber light on yellow or brown-hued surroundings creates a warmer glow.
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