When it comes to lighting a home, there are three main types of lighting that should be considered: task lighting, aesthetic lighting, and feature lighting.
Each type of lighting serves a different purpose and can help to create a comfortable and functional space.
Task lighting is designed to provide adequate lighting for specific tasks such as reading, cooking, or working on a computer. We also do emergency lighting and exit lighting etc.
It illuminates a specific area. In a home, task lighting is commonly used in areas such as the kitchen, home office, or study areas. Task lighting can be achieved through fixtures such as pendant lights, track lighting, or under-cabinet lighting.
Aesthetic lighting is used to create ambiance and set the mood within a room. It is softer and less focused than task lighting. Aesthetic lighting is commonly used in areas such as living rooms, bedrooms, and dining rooms. Fixtures such as chandeliers, wall sconces, or floor lamps are often used to achieve aesthetic lighting.
Feature lighting is used to draw attention to specific features of a home such as a niche area or artwork on a wall. It is typically used to create a focal point or to add visual interest to a space. Feature lighting can be achieved through a variety of fixtures such as spotlights, floodlights, or garden lights.