Streamlined and sophisticated, recessed lighting is anything but understated.
Why We Love Recessed Lighting
As a low profile ambient and direct lighting source, recessed lighting does its job so well that its praises too often go unsung. The majority of it is, as it name suggests, recessed inside a ceiling with an internal downlight fixed or adjustable for the perfect orientation of bright light. The variety of available housings and decorative trims give can lights nearly infinite installation versatility. They are suitable for new construction or remodels, for insulated (IC) or non-insulated ceilings (non-IC), are line or low voltage and come in a wide range of lamping options.
Where Recessed Lighting & Can Lights Work Best
Kitchen recessed lights provide direct downlight for tasks, and are usually bright enough to create useful generalized ambient light in the process. The slim dimensions of recessed ceiling lights make them ideal in hallway lighting and as a mood-enhancing layer of light in the dining room. And in the bathroom, look to wet location recessed lighting for a number of options that are safe to use in damp areas. Combining the reflective qualities of certain trims with the long life of LEDs makes LED recessed lighting the fixtures of choice in high, hard to reach ceilings. See the selection of LED recessed lighting available from WAC Lighting and Bruck Lighting for energy efficient, contemporary can lighting.
Other Great Options
There are two parts to recessed lighting you need to have for complete fixtures: recessed housings that power the light from within the ceiling as well as the decorative recessed trims. If it's the display aspect of recessed ceiling lights that you like, you can also find other options in wall-mounted picture and display lights. Finally, if you need to be able to dim your recessed light fixtures, you will want to see the controls available from Legrand Adorne.
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