Does lighting in your Kitchen and bathroom make difference?
As an interior designer having plenty of experience, AG design studio spends a lot of energy thinking about the right blend of lighting for kitchen and bath in the home. However, I would speculate that the kitchen is the one room at the first spot on the list where the vast majority would instinctually think about mixing various sorts of lighting. Sound judgment directs that a single central light should never exclusively light a kitchen, as this will project a shadow onto working areas and won’t give adequate enlightened light. Numerous kitchens have a blend of focal and under-unit hid lighting, which is normally very adequate.
Talking about bathrooms a sensible nature of light is required all through. The lighting ought to support a quiet and serene environment, helpful for relaxation. A Recessed bright light in the roof, connected to a dimmer switch, and sidelights situated at two opposite sides of wall seems to be the ideal trade off as spots give an even light over the main door.
As an experienced designers, We think about the atmosphere a customer might want to see achieved, both in the day and around evening time. Whatever lighting is picked it should be in compassion for the style of the kitchen or bathroom; e.g. customizable spots in the roof, may suit a hey tech inside. AG design team always try their best to direct valuable customer to better vision, this is our way, this is how we succeed.