Ambient lighting creates an overall base layer of illumination. This comes from ceiling lights, or supplemented by natural light through windows during the day. This is essential for every kitchen.
Your ambient light needs to be bright enough for you to see all aspects of your kitchen, even into cabinets. We can achieve this with a mixture of hanging fixtures and recessed spotlights.
Task lighting is light that illuminates areas where you really need to see well to do things. It’s essential for things like meal prep and cooking, and can help avoid injuries while chopping or preparing food. Depending on your kitchen design and preferences, there are a variety of ways to incorporate task lighting, including recessed lights, track lighting, and LED under-cabinet strips.
With properly installed task lighting, you won’t strain your eyes, you’ll have focused, helpful lighting, and you’ll be able to incorporate it into your design for a cohesive, stylish new kitchen.
Ambient lighting in Kitchen
Ambient lighting acts as the first, the base lighting layer that sets the overall look of your kitchen. Having ambient lighting alone is not enough to help you navigate other specific tasks, such as chopping vegetables or seasoning a dish. That is why you need to add more targeted lighting options.
The classic solution to the kitchen lighting problem is recessed lighting. With popular diameters of 4, 5, and 6 inches, recessed lights provide more than enough illumination to certain required areas of the countertop or kitchen island.
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