Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Texture This & Pattern That

The kitchen and the bathroom, two of the most used spaces in the household are often the most neglected when it comes to light.

Light can offer both pattern and texture to the overall design of ones livings space. A critical decorating element used as background support for an overall design scheme, incorporating these elements adds sophistication and warmth to a space.
Home and Patio Lighting brings you tips from the pros on how to incorporate the two into your most used spaces.

Kitchen: Do not fall victim to the single lighting fixture faux pas. Poor lighting can make cabinets look dull and even cooking a chore, so layer your lighting. Different lighting techniques like track lighting and under-cabinet lighting come in several varieties.

Home and Patio Lighting "Good Choice" pick; the Kenroy Home Bubbles 4 Light Island Light.

Bath: The most common error in bathroom lighting is recessed ceiling fixtures directly over the mirror. Vanity lighting should get top consideration because these fixtures work the hardest to illuminate the head and face for grooming. Additionally lighting should be considered as a source to enhance the overall mood of the room.
Home and Patio Lighting "Good Choice" pick; the Kenroy Home Pienza 5 Light Vanity.

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