Choose The Right Type Of Lighting For Your Rooms

Sometimes the biggest issues when buying a new place or refurbishing an old one is figuring out how to place lights for each rooms; how do you pick which rooms to be brightest and which ones to have sensor lights. Then there is a case of designs and which ones will suit the theme of your interior decor. Then that is without the fixtures that need to go outside too. So here are some ideas to consider when picking lights for your interior and exterior.
Make first impressions count
The front of the house from your steps and inside to the hallway is considered the checklist for first impressions. Sometime you can pay all the attention to those areas and yet still end up with a bland atmosphere that does not allow any impressions.  If you are going for the olden designs of Victorian, Georgian or Edwardian styles then you would probably have a pastel shade theme in the foyer. You would probably need to call your commercial electrician Brisbane company to add lights that will create a silver-gold look on your furniture and equipment in the hallway. Usually pendant, bamboo stem and white globe fixtures are the best. If you have any artwork or photographs hung on the walls then use a low shade spotlight to bring attention to them.
Stairways and hallways
It is not the best feeling in the world when you stumble along the staircase to get a midnight snack or a drink of water when you topple over your own two feet and end up with a broken nose. So avoid this unpleasant scenario you should probably save some money for adding lights from top to bottom of the staircase in either parallel or alternatively. Use a shade of the bulb that would fir the general theme of the interior. For the main light fixture for the staircase, add a chain hung light that is smaller than the ones in the living room or the hallway.
Decorative and glamorous
Who does not want a glamorous and classy chandelier in their house to lighten up the dining room table? But usually those are really expensive and cannot be bought by the regular paycheck. So make sure to add a chandelier, if you are going for one that is large enough to provide bright lighting to the area. Size proportions must fit the size of the room and go for designs that are pendent or half globe of shape. Usually a chandelier should not be installed by the homeowner as electrical repairs Gold Coast company’s expertise is required. Make sure to give just enough dazzle to a room by going for a fixture that emphasizes the contours and colors of the room and does not whitewash your hard work in the interior sections.