There are three types of lighting that work together to light your home: General or what is also known as Ambient, Task and Accent. An ideal lighting plan combines all three types to light an area, according to function and style. On Part I, we’ve tackled the importance of Closet Lighting - how it can benefit from LED lighting and the purpose of the first type of lighting. On this article, you are going to learn more about the other two types: Task and Accent lighting.
Layering lights to accentuate certain parts of your closet to serve as its focal points can make you think if it’s really necessary. Aside from making you feel comfortable, it will add beauty and drama to your closet. It can make a small-sized closet look spacious and airy, and a larger appear cozy and enchanting. There are so many ways lights can make a difference. It can serve as the stimuli and motivation on weary Monday mornings or give a quiet feeling of relaxation after a long, tiring day at work. To achieve this, ensure that your lighting plan complements your lifestyle. Look at those elements you want to emphasize to work on the atmosphere your eyes would be happy to see every time you choose your wardrobe. There’s nothing more exciting than illuminating those gorgeous clothes, shoes and accessories so it catches your eye the moment you walk in!
Because choosing what you’ll wear for the whole week to work isn’t as easy-peasy as it sounds like, you’ll need LED lighting.
These lights should be free of distracting glare and shadows and luminous enough to prevent eye strain. This can be accomplished by under cabinet and puck lights. EShine has these available in touchless dimmable versions you’ll surely love.
Go and complete your lighting plan now and be the be the source of envy the next time one of your friends walks in on your closet!