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3 Ways Lighting Design Creates Depth and Dimension in Your Home

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Beautifying your home is not only a matter of choosing elegant furniture and exclusive artwork—illumination is also a game-changer! The right lighting can influence your mood, highlight architectural features, and boost the overall aesthetics of a room. Among various lighting techniques, layered lighting stands out as a sophisticated method to create depth, dimension, and versatility. 

At Integrated AV, we partner with DMF Lighting, one of the industry's leading brands, to bring you unique fixtures that enhance your lighting design. Join us in this blog as we explore how our solutions can help you showcase the best features of your Tulsa, OK, home.

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Ambient Lighting

Ambient lighting is the primary source of illumination in a room. Its purpose is to provide overall brightness, allowing you to move around safely and comfortably. Common sources of ambient lighting include ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, and recessed lights, such as DMF Lighting’s X Series Cylinder, which has a minimalistic and modern design to illuminate your spaces with style.

Task Lighting

Task lighting is focused light that helps you perform specific activities such as reading, cooking, or working. It is more concentrated than ambient lighting and designed to reduce eye strain and improve precision. Examples of task lighting include desk lamps, reading lamps, and under-cabinet lights in kitchens, such as DMF’s S Series Linear lighting fixtures, which are designed to disappear into your spaces while enhancing your room's functionality.

Accent Lighting

Accent lighting is used to highlight architectural features, artwork, or decorative elements in a space. It adds drama and visual interest, drawing attention to focal points within a room. Common examples of accent lighting include spotlights, track lighting, and elegant wall sconces. A great example is DMF Lighting’s X Series Cylinder wall mounts, which have an elegant and modern design and create a dynamic and engaging environment.

Ready to transform your home with layered lighting? Contact Integrated AV today for a personalized consultation and discover how to enhance your home’s beauty with lighting.

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