lamps. Monday , March 20th , 2017 - 11:50:21 AM
As more people choose to stay home and linger in their patio after dinner, there has become a fascination in outdoor lighting. Lighting the outdoors offers a creative way to showcase your home and property after dark. Night lighting can be both functional and aesthetic. It's an art to understand how much lighting to place and where the focal points are. A cupola provides a focal point and draws the eye to them, adding class, sophistication, or a little country charm to the roof of your buildings.
Floor Lamps are another option for lighting a small or large area. They tuck nicely into a corner, behind chairs, or next to dressers. Floor lamps direct light upwards, lighting a room more softly and creating a brighter space without harsh angles. The upward lighting can fall short of lighting all corners of a room on its own, but with further layering you can provide ample illumination.
In Part 1, we were presented with a unique set of rules and restrictions for home lighting design for aging eyes to two purposes. First, to achieve home lighting design standards more suitable to aging eyes (which the literature allows begin to need extra light in their 40s). Second, to translate these new home lighting design standards into numerical targets of common metrics readily identifiable in the retail lighting marketplace.
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