lighting. Wednesday , March 29th , 2017 - 19:38:58 PM
This too is one of the main reasons that some homeowners opt to just forgo any exterior lighting designs. Of course the monthly electrical bills that often accompany exterior lighting, not to mention the maintenance and bulb replacement, only add to the dilemma.
In a living room, place fixtures approximately 8'- 0" apart to provide general unobtrusive light that won't clash with room furnishings. A dimmer gives adjustable light levels for any activity or occasion. Be sure to distribute the light evenly. The fixtures should be about 18" to 24" from the wall, spaced one to one-and-a-half times the distance from the wall. To highlight a textured wall or reveal wall patterns (such as a brick wall) use the grazing technique by placing fixtures 12" from the wall and 12" to 24" apart.
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