Giving the space volume and new perspectives, so the role of indoor lighting is to "dress up" the setting, to bring out certain details, to attract attention or create a certain type of atmosphere. General lighting is designed to evenly distribute light in a room and/or concentrate light to different points of interest. There are many choices if lighting designs but because of minimal ceiling heights in basements the main fixture used is the Hi-hat or canister light. This hi-hat is installed inside the ceiling cavity and is only noticeable from it's outward facing finish. As a main luminescent source, these must be chosen in order to satisfy the requirements of the role of the room. The basement is usually low on natural brightness. Unless you plan on spending a lot to get regular sized windows installed the lighting choices and designs should be deployed to make up for the lack of natural brightness.
always start first with ambient lighting and then with the accent lighting, which reveals details of the room, such as a certain texture painted on the wall and finally the lighting load. This will help you make a good decision and show you the appropriate way to install lighting and therefore the balance of general illumination. When selecting lighting or lights for the basement it is generally advisable to opt for two types of CFL and LED lights to save energy.
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