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Stylish, Low Profile Recessed Lighting for Your Ceiling

Recessed or Can lights are a popular lighting option because their ability to install within a ceiling allows for a smooth, seamless look that is appealing to many homeowners. Their inconspicuous design makes them easy to decorate around without being distracting or detracting from other light fixtures.

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What are the Types of Recessed Lighting?

Recessed lighting fixtures are light fixtures that are installed in the ceiling to provide accent, ambient, and wall washing lighting effects. They are available in a variety of sizes and trims to match the rest of your home’s décor. There are two main types of recessed lights: new construction and remodel. New Construction can lights are installed at the time your home is being built whereas remodel can lights are installed after your home has been built.

What Light do Can Lights Produce?

Recessed lights emit ambient light, one of the most common types of lighting. When used correctly, ambient light creates a fantastic environment to relax from an overly stressful day or to have a warm conversation with an old friend. Recessed lighting works well with any type of ceiling and with any other type of light fixture. For an effective lighting scheme, try pairing your recessed lights with track lights, pendant lights, or a chandelier.

Recessed Lighting in Modern White Bathroom

Where Should You Install Recessed Lights?

Juno can lights are popular lighting option because of their versatility and style. Low profile can lights can be easily installed in your kitchen, dining room, bedroom, bathroom, or any room where lighting is needed. Want to add light to the outside of your home? UL rated wet low profile recessed lights are designed to withstand wet environments, making them ideal for illuminating an outdoor porch or patio.

Last edited on 07/20/15 by Marjorie Simonetti