When it comes to achieving perfect illumination in your living spaces, you need to make sure you get three elements right – ambient lighting, task lighting and accent lighting. While many people do understand the importance of ambient and task lighting, not many truly grasp the idea of accent lighting. So, for now, we cover the most neglected part of layered lighting and we give you the most practical and efficient ideas to nail the accent lighting in your homes.
We bring to you the finest curation of accent lighting fixtures from The White Teak Company and also tell you the best-suited area of your home to proceed with the installation. Let’s take a look…
Accent lighting for your indoors
Accent lighting is basically meant to highlight any particular element of your decor. Mostly used to bring attention to a piece of art or a photograph, accent lighting can literally be used to create a focal point around anything you think is worthy of attention. For common spaces like living rooms and dining areas, you can go with a bright ceiling light to be used as an accent light.
Silent Mode is our recommendation for this purpose and this compact and bright lighting fixture can gracefully highlight anything that you like. Picture wall lights is another alternative that can not only highlight art pieces or photographs but can also be used for any other decor too. While all our picture wall lights are extraordinary and quite exquisite, Wear It Well, stands out of the crowd.
Accent lighting to light up your outdoor setting
For your outdoor settings, you can make use of any of the outdoor wall lights, most preferably Oakridge or Amalfi, due to their ability to light up or energize any part of your outdoor space. Amaze is another wall washer you can use to get two focal points with one light alone. And if you want your outdoor wall light to cover a little more area then you can go for this beautiful piece called Loyal. For your lawn area, you can even make use of The White Teak’s elegant garden lights to highlight any outdoor decor or area.
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