Published at Monday, 18 March 2019. Kitchen Lighting. By Atto Kangas.
The hallmark of almost all good kitchen lighting designs is the use of numerous light sources rather than relying on say just a couple of bright fluorescent strip lights. The reason is simple; kitchens are fundamentally work areas and require task lighting which typically needs to be placed between you and the items you are working with. If the main lighting in the room is located in the middle of the ceiling then you invariably find yourself working in your own shadow.
Kitchen track lighting, when used properly, can further your savings as well. Rather than running several larger kitchen lighting fixtures, track lights allow you to illuminate several areas with one single unit. This is both economical and environmentally friendly. Also, track lighting fixtures run on fluorescent bulbs. These bulbs require a mere percentage of the energy used to light a standard incandescent bulb.
Kitchen lighting should be efficient as well as effective, of course. So when you're devising plans for lighting your kitchen, give equal consideration to functionality as well as conservation.
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