3 Ways to Benefit from a Recessed Lighting Installation
Recessed Lighting Is More Versatile than You Think
Most homes have some form of recessed lighting. We say "most homes" because older homes in Georgia might have more traditional chandeliers or fixtures centered in the ceiling, along with sconces for decorative lighting. Most modern homes use recessed lighting to provide the base level of ambient light in a room. At its most basic, it might be the "4 cans and a fan" that interior and lighting designers like to joke about. With more sophisticated recessed lighting installations in newer Vinings-area homes, you’ll have a recessed lighting package that provides the right level of ambient illumination for a space.
Did you know that recessed lighting is much more versatile than the ubiquitous overhead cans? With modern LED lighting, you can use them for task and accent lighting too, and they also have some neat tricks for integrating into your ceilings. Keep reading below to learn about three ways you can use recessed lighting in your Vinings home.