In the modern home space, more and more people find that a single light source can no longer meet the needs of daily life. Because for home space, lighting is not only limited to the practical function of lighting, but also can create atmosphere for different scenes of home life.
At the same time, the frequency of use of spotlights in the home space has been greatly increased, and even completely replaced ceiling lamps. So how should home lighting be designed? In this issue, designer Chen Shengliang is invited to tell us about lighting design!
Why did spotlights become mainstream?
One of the important reasons why the ceiling lamp is gradually being phased out is that it is usually installed on the top of the middle of the house. When people walk by or eat, it is easy to form a shadow to block the line of sight. Spotlights have more advantages than ceiling lights in terms of power saving, brightness, lifespan, and convenience of use, and can also cooperate well with other forms of lighting to avoid waste or mutual interference.
First of all, the placement of the spotlights is very flexible, and it can almost achieve "where the light is pointed". At the same time, the spotlights can also freely change the angle, and cooperate with each other to form changes in the levels of light and shadow, making the atmosphere of the space richer, at home. Posing items will also look better. Secondly, the spotlight can also make the space light softer and more comfortable through the principle of diffuse reflection.
Moreover, as a recessed lamp, the spotlight can visually increase the sense of height when the light is emitted downward. Here, it is worth mentioning that the downlight is very similar to the spotlight. Although it is also a recessed lamp, the focus of the two is different. The light of the downlight can only go down, and the downlight is in most cases. will appear as an auxiliary light source.