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Your kitchen is the center of your daily household chores. Regardless of the time, it is the very same area where you prepare your meals as well as clean the dishes. Which means that one factor that every kitchen must-have is adequate lighting.
A well-lit kitchen can provide the illusion of a wider and cozy space, so if you have a fairly small cuisine, then you might want to check out these three different types of kitchen lighting:
Surface lights are those that are installed directly on the flat part of a ceiling that protrudes away from the ceiling. This kitchen lighting type is a popular choice amongst many homeowners during the 1980s. Since surface lights have a very low voltage requirements, they emit less heat and doesn’t demand too much power, potentially lowering bills in electricity.
Key features of Surface Lighting:
Disadvantages of Surface Lighting:
Though their installation process differs from surface lights, pendant lights are considered to be a specialized form of it. The design of this kitchen lighting type is also the reason as to why it is also known as a “drop” or “suspender.” It is usually suspended by a cord or a metal rod.
Key features of pendant light:
Disadvantages of pendant light:
These are metal light housings that are mounted above the ceiling line. Other than the thin trim and part of the inner baffle, no area of this lighting is visible when turned on. Recessed lights are also called “downlights.”
Key features of recessed lights
Letting your kitchen exposed to light maximizes your visibility especially in the working areas. More light means more vision, and more vision leads to productivity, optimizing your kitchen tasks.
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