If you’ve been living in your home for a while, most likely you are used to its dark areas. Closets, living and family rooms that don’t bring in enough natural light, or possibly the current paint color scheme and dark furniture is making your interiors feel like a black hole.
This is quite beneficial for those individuals who leave each day, obsessively worrying if everything is in order. With so many stresses in daily life, it is nice to take at least one off the list by being able to see what is going on at home without physically being there.
There is something to be said for a dark and sophisticated bedroom! When the walls, bedding, flooring and accessories are all dark it can create a heavenly den to cozy up to after a long workday. If you like the dramatic appeal, consider adding soft lighting in strategic areas to still keep the mood but to aid in seeing and appreciating your bedroom. Look to creative lighting in display built-in shelves such as “puck” or under cabinet lighting and accent fixtures such as pendants and table lamps with soft glowing lamp shades to do just the trick!
This allows you to stay in control of the situation. You no longer need to worry about the neighbor losing that key or having complete, unrestrained access to your belongings. In addition, you can make sure the chores are actually being completed, so you do not have any surprises when you return home.
Made of extruded aluminum with PVC end caps, this B Light luminaire has an even and perfectly uniform light distribution across its entire surface.
If you love the look of rich and dark-colored kitchen cabinetry and dark flooring consider using lighter finish countertops or mix and match lighter cabinetry alongside your dark ones.
A while back, we featured the sculptural lighting work envisioned by designer John Procario. The newest addition to his custom series of sculptural luminaries includes Freeform II and Freeform Pendant, each made from one continuous loop of bent wood (white oak or ash).
Inserto Small Track can be installed by means of The Magnum Track, a magnet track that can be ceiling recessed, in-line or suspended, in order to highlight the essence of this lighting fixture.