Choosing the right recessed light trims for your home can be extremely difficult. We can help with our large collection of trims in various styles, colors and sizes. The standard size being a 4 inch recessed light trim. Use these along with Chandelier lighting to create a layered lighting effect throughout your space. You want to make sure your recessed lighting trims match each room in your home or office.
What Different Types of Recessed Light Trims Are There?
We have recessed lighting trims for many areas of your home including recessed shower light trims. You can use outdoor flush mount lights together with the shower lights in your exterior space. Recessed lighting can do many things for the different kinds of lighting within your home. You can use it to create accent lights to illuminate a piece of artwork, or place it above your sink to design the perfect task lighting. You may not have known the different kinds of lighting trims. Below we outline a few different style options.
Baffle Trim and Multiplier Trim. Multiplier trim has an open face to allow the most light to shine through, it has a reflective coating in the can. Baffle trim has grooves in the visible surface of the reflector wall. The baffle trim is good for lower lighting looks.
Juno. Juno makes a variety of interior and exterior baffle recessed trims. They come in many sizes including four and six inch trims and many colors. These trims look great in hallways and foyers that don’t need a lot of heavy lighting.
Eyeball or Round Recessed Trims. These trims are a popular style that’s commonly used for wall washing and accenting because it can be adjusted and moved to different angles.
Minka Lavery. Minka Lavery recessed lighting trims are great round and eyeball designs that also happen to be very stylish. These coming many colors and designs. These lighting trims look great pointed towards accent walls in your home or highlighting artwork on your walls.