Tips for Illuminating your Home, the Right Way

thought of your home’s lighting

The peculiar thing about home lighting is that when it’s done right, you won’t even notice it. But when the lighting’s off, or lacking, you’ll feel that something’s wrong in the lighted space. Besides letting you actually see what’s going on inside and out, home lighting is also about increasing your home’s safety, as well as enhancing the atmosphere and aesthetic appearance of its living spaces. When was the last time you thought of your home’s lighting? Do you think it’s satisfactory?

Below are some tips in getting your home’s lighting setup right. 

Create Lighting Goals Your home’s lighting has to fulfill certain goals, so before you buy and install your lights, you want to think beforehand about what you want to do with your lighting. For instance, if you want to light an area where you work, such as a study, you can narrow down your choices to task lighting solutions.

If your goal is to enhance the ambience and aesthetic appeal in a specific area of the house, then you can start your search with ambient lighting. 

Consider Safety Lighting should also address your needs for safety and security, especially when it comes to your home’s exterior. You want to install lights on your perimeter, walkways, and other paths, both to let you see your surroundings better in the dark, and to keep away potential intruders who favor the dark. 

Use Several Different Light Sources Having multiple light sources inside your home allows you to use specific lights according to your needs. This in turn helps in reducing your energy consumption, since you have the choice over which lights to use depending on what you’re doing.

For instance, when you’re reading on the couch, you only really need to use the corner lamps, and not all of the background lights.

You can find more home lighting ideas at, and while you’re at it, you can also get in touch with the LiquidLEDs support team for more tips and suggestions.


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