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A pot light is a light fixture that is installed into a hollow opening in a ceiling. When installed it appears to have light shining from a hole in the ceiling, concentrating the light in a downward direction as a broad floodlight or narrow spotlight. “Pot light” or “canister light” implies the hole is circular and the lighting fixture is cylindrical, like a pot or canister.
Baffle trim: The ridges on baffle trim pot lights are designed to reduce glare from the recessed light bulbs. Recommended places: Living room, foyers
Reflector trim: The polished finish on reflector trim pot lights amplify the light beam. Recommended places: Kitchen and high ceiling rooms
Gimbal trim: Gimbal trim pot lights are designed to pivot and turn to offer directional light. Recommended places: accent walls and on sloped ceilings
Wall wash trim: Just like a gimbal, wall wash pot lights tilt and rotate, but these offer a greater range of motion. Recommended places: Gallery and display walls
Shower trim: Shower trim pot lights, also known as a ceiling mount trim, are wet location rated and resistant to moisture and corrosion. Recommended place: Bathroom
Soft: Comfortable light with a warm glow
Bright: Refreshing light with a cool glow
Daylight: Equivalent to the natural light
The function of pot light is to illuminate the home. But by choosing the right type of lights and placing them cleverly, it can completely transform a room from ordinary to stunning.
Lighting fixtures can also alter the mood in the room to make it energetic, romantic or tranquil. It’s all about knowing which type of lighting is ideal for a room, depending on its dimensions, natural lighting and other factors.
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