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LED lights hidden in the Interior

Thursday, March 16, 2017


LED backlighting has entered into our life recently, but has already gained great popularity among builders, architects and interior designers. Previously, flush ceiling lighting, fluorescent lamps used only light and flexible cords, it is now increasingly used LED strip. LEDs are suitable for this purpose perfectly.

Applications of LEDs in the interior is not limited to a hidden ceiling lights. you can use the LED ribbon to emphasize the elements of interior space and zoning. For example, you can select the TV in the living room area, highlight the kitchen, built - in niche in the wall, the podium and etc.

In addition to the zoning and allocation of interior elements, LEDs can be used for decorating objects. LED strip can be divided border walls and the ceiling, floor and wall, as well as highlight the bottom furniture, giving it a floating effect. Highlight can be almost any furniture from windows and the bar to the bottom of the sofa, bed, chest of drawers and kitchen furniture. Using LEDs can give the room the effect of novelty, to transform the image of familiar objects at home. In this inner space would be festive and a bit mysterious, with a special atmosphere.

Most often, LED strip is mounted in the recess, a special niche on the bottom of furniture - in places where the light sources themselves are invisible, and you will see a beautiful effect of the reflected glow.

LED strips can be used to illuminate the staircase steps, it will increase the safety and comfort, while the staircase will look very impressive. Many bands have on the back of double - sided tape, it allows you to paste them on the cornices, under the sill or table top, the frame picture, inside cabinets with glass doors, and even in the bathroom on the mirror.

However, creating the interior design, it is important to remember a few rules of design. Not all the hidden interior LED lighting will be appropriate. For example, many ethnic styles, as well as in the interiors of country style, Baroque and Empire - use LED backlighting, the more color, is not permitted. More suited to a lighting interiors in the style of minimalism, hi - tech, constructivism, pop art, loft. In these styles, you can use the backlight a variety of colors. In classicism, on the contrary - color backlight is rarely appropriate. Therefore, in the living room, bedroom interior, the kitchen is better to stay on the LEDs yellow or white. Usually in the interiors of this style LEDs illuminate only the ceiling and niches. Using hidden illumination in such interiors should be minimal.

And another important point. If you are an artist, photographer or designer, you know the concept of "warm" and "cold" light. In residential interiors recommended LED tape "warm" light. LED "cold" light are only applicable to the landscaping and exterior of buildings.

Hidden LED interior lighting - this is an excellent and effective design technique. Use it and you'll see a sparkle and transform the interior of your home.


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