lamps. Friday , February 10th , 2017 - 21:50:16 PM
The lighting in a room either provides illumination for the entirety of the room, or it highlights very specific elements. Track lighting is the perfect example of positional lighting. Hung from the ceiling, the adjustable necks and lamps can be pointed at specific elements, such as a wall painting, the vase of flowers on an entryway table or the bar top or kitchen island. Consider mounting them on the walls, also. Special picture and mirror frames also have built-in lighting to highlight specific areas on a wall. Recessed lighting can be used in floors and ceilings to create vertical beams of light as opposed to an overall glow from central light fixtures hanging from a ceiling.
Staining maybe worth a try. If the stain doesn't come out like you would like. Try and paint over the paint.
Consider adding a dimmer switch if you don't have one already. Dimmers may seem simple but they can make a very dramatic impact on the mood and feel of the whole room. For instance, when set fully on, your lighting will be perfect for those every day vanity tasks, such as shaving or makeup. But turn the dimmer down just a bit and you'll have soft, gentle lighting for a more romantic or relaxing soak in the bath.
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