Monday, April 10, 2017

Hidden Lighting Utilization Ideas

Looking to highlight architectural features, emphasis work areas, or create an intimate glow in your space? Then hidden lighting fixtures are the lighting solution you’re looking for.  They’re a stylish and practical way to add dramatic lighting with a touch of concealment. We have suggestions on how and where to best hide your lighting for the greatest effect.

Ceiling alternatives

In a niche where your roof meets the ceiling, a line of lights washing over your ceiling is perfect for a decluttered and simple look. These kind of hidden lights cast a glow that works well with LED dimmers.

Where the roof meets your ceiling is the perfect place to add some soft lighting.

Define your recessed ceiling with a bit of dim, strip lights in order to add elegance and room to your space.

Tuck some lighting into a recessed ceiling.

For your restrooms

A vanity is an important place to set sensitive lighting. Up- and downlighters behind a mirror creates the perfect lighting for any woman touching up make up, or any man fixing their clothes. Any person in harsh beans cringes when they view themselves under such, so sensitive lighting is the way to compliment all customers.

Behind a mirror is the perfect place to put some much needed extra lighting.

Under-cabinet lighting is a great way to not only help with lighting faces, but also to bring life to a neutral space in an easy, yet effective way.

Additional under cabinet lighting

On stairs

Inside: Very thin strip lights underneath each step on a staircase can illuminate the entire thing without it being blinding.
Illuminated indoor staircase

Outside: A way to welcome customers to your place even on the darkest nights. Steps can be specially made to incorporate strips of light that put another twist on lighting the entryway of your business. This technique gives off the effect of floating stairs without compromising the safety of illuminating every step.

Illuminated outdoor stairs


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