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When it comes to basement lighting fixtures, you want to ensure that you have a plan in place for you lighting to ensure that the entire basement is well illuminated. When your basement space is properly lit there should be no dark spots making it feel inviting and warm.
Basements typically have less natural lighting compared to other areas of your home and generally require a solid lighting plan to help enhance its design.
There are many different options when it comes to basement ceiling lighting, but basement ceiling light fixtures are the more common choice and can be used to highlight certain areas of your basement. You can incorporate a dimmer switch that can help control lighting and create the ambience you desire. This option will also help save energy and reduce cost.
Track lighting maybe a god option if you have a larger basement space as it will evenly distribute the lighting. Track lighting is a cheaper alternative to recessed lighting that fits into your ceiling and is a great option because the lighting can be pointed in specific directions for ambient or task lighting.
Basement wall scones are another option that point the light upward and can be controlled by a dimmer switch. This can create the perfect ambience you require, if for example you have a home theatre in your basement. In addition, upward shining wall scone lighting can give an effect that makes the space feel more taller than it is.
You want to plan your basement ceiling lights and determine how you want your lighting to illuminate your basement space. What type of lighting you choose is determined by how you plan to use your basement. It can be the difference between having a basement that is used often to one that isn’t used very much.
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