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Create Feature Spaces

There are many ways to create

features in your home. A lot of

people like to use paint or wallpaper,

and there are those that prefer

to use furniture and change

their environment on a constant

basis. There are of course different

building materials in different

finishes, and all sorts of cool shapes

that architects can incorporate into

your home.

The one thing that can

complement all of these, or be a

complete feature on its own, is light.

The next time you’re looking through

a magazine or website and see the

prime real estate, notice the lighting

the architects or interior

designers have incorporated.

Lighting is not simply on or off,

natural or electric, nor is it just

ambient or focused. It is all of these

and more, and most of all, it is

layered. Each source of lighting is

useful on its own, but also needs

to be considered in the greater

scheme of the house and the

other sources of light in the

immediate area.

Built in lighting

Architects love lighting. If you are

building a new home, consider the

additional lighting options beyond

Lighting is not

simply on or

off, natural or

electric, nor is

it just ambient

or focused. It is

all of these and

more