A well-lighted place definitely constitutes to a more appealing and aesthetically pleasing house or condo. Properly adjusting and fixing the lights is the overall goal in in order to have a well-lighted living space. Light fixture is definitely the answer in the task lighting and creating a perfect balance of light inside your home.
Ambient lighting also refers to as the general lighting is the overall illumination of the entire space, room, and other spaces inside your home that will create a uniform and harmonious lighting entire the or the condo space.
Fixing the lights in every part of your condo will create a more cozy and beautiful living space. Some of the parts of your home that needs improvement when it comes to lighting fixtures is the dining area, living space or living rooms, master bedroom, the ceiling, wall, floors and others which will provide a different kind of mood lighting, interior, and vibe.
Ambient Light and How to Achieve the Perfect Balance
When it comes to fixing the light inside your condo, it is better to consider where does the natural lighting came from or when does the natural lighting strikes inside your condo in order to maximize the entire place. As the natural light that comes from the sun is the best lighting in your condo space, it is necessary where does it strikes.
Ceiling lights, sometimes called recessed lights or downlights are a great lights for a low ceiling condo which it will give a more glow and illumination inside your home. You can add a mirror or chandelier in your ceilings if you have a high ceiling home to have an accent lighting and creates a focal point inside the house.
In achieving the perfect balance when it comes to lighting your condo unit, all of the lights should have a uniformity and creates balance when all light-up. Lamps, light bulbs, table lamp, floor lamp, natural lighting, recessed lights, ambient light, sunlight, and more light should be coherent when open all together during day time or night time.
Ambient light and Natural light
Ambient lighting and natural light are two types of illumination that can have a significant impact on the atmosphere and aesthetics of a space. Ambient lighting refers to the overall lighting of a room, usually provided by overhead fixtures, which creates a general illumination throughout the space.
On the other hand, natural light is the illumination that comes from outside sources such as windows and skylights. Natural light is often considered the ideal source of illumination as it is free, abundant, and provides a range of colors and tones that cannot be replicated with artificial light sources.
Combining ambient lighting with natural light can create a warm and inviting atmosphere, with the natural light providing a soft, diffused glow that complements the ambient lighting, making a space feel comfortable, warm and welcoming.
Light up the most used space in your home
Living area or the living room is one of the most used area or space in your condo and in your homes as this place where the family gathers and hangouts, the place for hosting visitors, receiving guests and a lot more. Therefore, living room area should have light fixture in order to have a well balance and blending of light must be in unity.
For sure, you don’t want to have a dimmed living area which in fact it should be receiving much more light than any area of your condo. Creating a dark corners in your condo is a big no-no, that is why putting a right lighting and light bulbs all around the corner of your home is a must that creates a soft glow and huge difference as it was before.
Putting a led strips and pendant lights in your living area or room is a great idea to have a better lighting as led strips are on trend right now and most of the teenagers and gen z’s put led lights inside their own room.
Consider Adding Appropriate Colors to Your Ceiling Lights and Other Lighting Fixtures
An appropriate light can lighten the overall mood, vibe, and spirit of your house, thus, carefully choosing colors and lights for your ceiling plays a key role in the overall feel inside your condo. And finding different lighting sources and available light is necessary to fulfill all the gaps in your home.
Lighting for condo unit is everything, as for any other interior design, designer says that it is an essential ingredient in decorating your room or the entire place of your home. The overall interior design of your condo can be changed once that light fixtures and proper lighting is at place.
Bright white or white in general is one of the most common colors of the ceiling and the safest one as well. However, it is not only our option. There are various colors to choose from but balancing the color of the ceiling and the lights that you will be using can work together harmoniously.
Once that the color of the ceiling is set, lights, bulbs, lamps, wall sconces, chandelier, and other types of light can be put all together in their proper places which will create focus of lights inside your condo that illuminate the entire place. But most importantly, we must control light fixtures because we do not want to over do it and put so much bulb in your ceiling, living area, bedroom, in to your wall, and other parts of the house which will result to inappropriate brightness and ambient light.
Sources of Ambient Light
One of the good sources of ambient light is of course the sunlight or the natural light coming from the sun. and light from the moon during night time. It is highly essential for every interior designers to maximize the use of natural lighting inside your condo space as part of lighting fixtures.
As ambient light brings warmth and relaxing vibe which much better than the light bulbs or bulb in general, lamps, or chandeliers because natural light coming from the sun is incomparable that illuminate the entire house.
Balance the Overall Brightness of Light Sources to Achieve the Right Lighting
Creating a balance and perfect lighting for your condo maximizes the space and gives you comfort in your own room and your workplace. Thus, in order to achieve a well balance lighting for condo, it is necessary to visualize your whole place on what kind of lighting set up you should do.
First, adding wall sconces to your walls maintain the overall brightness of your condo. Second, putting lamps inside your room, living room or into your bedroom also provides a perfect balance of light and highlight important parts of the house. Third, putting a led strip on to the corners of your walls or the ceilings of the house also adds highlight and cool lighting for your condo.
Lastly, know when to put your bulbs. Using a compact fluorescent light bulbs is a good option as it provides large light outputs to the big area of your condo and well suited for detailed task lighting in industrial applications. Through this, you can achieve the balance for the overall brightness of your condo that constitutes for a right lighting.
Bring Life to Boring Walls with Sconces
Are you tired of having just a plain and boring walls? Add some accent lighting and sconces toyour walls to level it up to the next level that will give a more aesthetic and appealing look, not just plain, simple, and boring.
Adding sconces or wall lights is a light that is mounted to the walls that gives a different kind of look and mood to the walls. This kind of lighting is a decorative lighting most usually found and placed in the hallways and corridor. So, you better add up an accent to your walls to have a more general lighting that illuminates from your floors up to the ceiling.
Add Recessed Lighting
Adding a recessed lights in your ceiling is the easiest way to install lights, especially in your newly acquired condominium as this can be retrofitted into your ceilings. Recessed lighting provides a kind of light that is nearly invisible from many angles.
This type of light is also called as cannister lights or down lights that can be found in most of the contemporary houses, more especially in a condo unit in which light fixtures for a condo is mostly recessed lights as it emphasizes pure geometry of the architecture and plane lines of the ceiling.