Why should I use indoor wall lights?
The concept of wall lights goes back centuries to the days when candles and torches were used in wall-mounted fixtures to keep them out of the way. Today, wall lights are used to provide ambient lighting such as the Endon Easton 76259 for all sorts of spaces in the home. Working with ceiling wall lights can provide supplementary illumination and accentuate certain parts of the room a beautiful family of lights are the Nixon family from Endon.
Mounted at eye level wall lights make a strong design statement. Wall lighting can provide necessary illumination for safety, accent architectural features and artwork, add task lighting or serve as décor all on their own. Keeping all your lights on separate switches allows for better control of your lighting. Wall lights are particularly suited to dimmer switches allowing you to determine the mood of the room.
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What types of indoor wall lights are there?
- Uplights – provide a wash of light up a wall, suitable for accent and atmosphere.
- Downlights – may accent walls too, but more commonly illuminate the ground below for a practical purpose.
- Reading and swing arm lights – have adjustable components that can bring the light to you.
- Picture lights and spots – are used to draw attention to pictures and artwork.