Proper lighting can enhance a space, make space look bigger, and bring out your designs.
What is the function of your room? Will you be doing reading or work in the room? If so, we must focus on task lighting.
At Baltimore Interior Designer, we start with general lighting -- how we illuminate the entire space -- before getting into detailed areas and layers.
In a bathroom, vanity lights and how they work with the overall lighting can really make the room.
In a living room that isn’t the main use space, wall sconces, wall lighting and table lamps may need to the focus.
Do you have a large ceiling space in the dining room, grand room or foyer? A Crystal chandelier or something similar can make a statement as well as illuminate.
Even hallways need detail from track lighting to pendant lights to recessed lighting for ultimate effect.
The subtlest of cabinet lighting will add wonders to a kitchen, dining room or study.
Light fixtures by themselves aren’t the only choice to consider. How they fit with a ceiling fan and which light bulb variety are decisions to weigh as well. Or would a flush mount fixture work instead?
Decorative accent lighting -- like mini pendant lights -- add a strong decorative statement or minimalist appeal.