We all know for a fact that light defines architecture and that lighting is a very important element when it comes to the many different types of interior designs. In line with this matter at hand, for the purpose of improving and enhancing their projects, what interior designers often do is that they use various kind of methods for lighting like front lighting, side lighting, up lighting and also, down lighting. For interior designers, they know how displays are capable of helping them create the desired effect they want to have, helping in the production of the right setting and the right ambiance as well for any kind of job at hand. There are actually two major lighting companies that are offering the best lights and they are the boslerco and ERCO and according to the survey we come across as we did our research, it goes to show that ERCO lighting, or ERCO Reizen in other language, is the leading light brand that is used and utilized by different interior designers for their displays.
Now, we mentioned about the many different kinds of method where lighting can be placed or used and the first one in our list is down lighting. What we will first talk to you about is the down
and down lighting is a kind of lighting method wherein the bulbs are cast downward from the ceiling so that an area or an object will be emphasized. The next lighting method that we will be introducing is the up lighting and as what its name implies, this is a kind of lighting option wherein the light is bounced from the ceiling to the floor. We’ll have you know that this kind of method is basically used in areas that only asks for minimal amount of lighting for the purpose of creating a shadow effect. The front lighting or the front display lighting is a kind of method used by interior designers if they do not want any shadow effect on their display while the side lighting is used when they want to create a dramatic effect by placing the bulbs at the side of an object or an area so that light will focus there alone.
Manufacturers such as ERCO and boslerco, they actually identify lights into three categories, the accent lighting, the task and the general. These three classification of lights differ from each other in a sense that general lighting are used for both indoor and outdoor areas while the task lighting are for reading tables or worktops and require higher power level and accent lighting is for decorative purposes.