Finished basement lighting is the best way to add a new living atmosphere in your basement. While most homeowners do not fully benefit from this usable floor space, the basement can be replenished with half the cost of additional construction for your home, without losing valuable page space. When you finish the basement, things to note are the need for lighting for each room.
Since many lower floors have lower ceilings than primary and secondary levels, recessed finished basement lighting is not just spectacular space savings, but looks more aesthetically pleasing. Here are some things to consider when installing this type of underwater lighting. There are a number of different types of light bulbs available today including fixed placements or custom placements. Fixed location lamps are standard lamps that can illuminate a good deal for smaller rooms with limited space to install lights.
Adjustable finished basement lighting can be installed between ceiling beams and can be moved to a specific location between blocks. In addition, there is also directional lighting that can be installed along the lines of the previous lighting patterns, but can be directed to certain points in the room. This lamp is great for paintings, hanging murals, or a viewing area for the room.