Directional Lighting

Directional lighting is a necessary technique many designers use for commercial and residential spaces. This type of lighting is used to highlight a particular area or space so that it can be read, viewed or spotlighted.  There are many different lighting fixtures that can help you achieve directional lighting and we’ve broken down the most popular:

Track Lighting

Track lighting is the most popular solution for lighting a specific area.  Track lighting can be very useful and easily changed or manipulated.  Track lights are a very popular solution for commercial businesses to use for illuminating signs or menus on their walls as well as a popular solution for homeowner’s shedding light on paintings or sculptures.

Directional Recessed Lights

Directional Recessed lights are a great solution for people not wanting their light fixture to stand out or draw the eye.  Recessed lights sink into the ceiling, blending in with the natural surrounding.  Directional Recessed lights can be pointed to shine light in more specific areas.

Picture Lights

Picture lights are specific fixtures made for illuminating pictures or paintings hung on a wall.  They come in many different shapes, sizes and finishes and are very popular among artists and designers.  Many of these fixtures are made with special bulbs so that they do not harm the painting or picture after extended use.  Picture lights are a great option to spotlight a family photo or special piece of art in your home or business.

As you can see, there are many ways you can use directional lighting.  Harold’s Lighting in Seattle and Bellevue, Washington, can help you find the directional lighting solution for your home or office today!