Good lighting in a home theater room requires a blend of ambient and accent lighting to enhance your viewing, avoid eyestrain and make the room practical to move around in after the movie.
Lighting Techniques for Home Theater
For ambient lighting, pot lights on a dimmer provide soft general light that will let you see your popcorn without distracting from the movie. Another option is to install wall sconces or set track lighting to provide a glow along the room’s walls.
Track lights are excellent for its flexibility and can provide general, task or accent lighting in a flexible lighting system. You can turn, swivel, rotate and aim single fixtures in any direction along the track, giving you the flexibility to change the lighting scheme when required.
Lighting controls offer you the flexibility to design a lighting layout with several uses and decorative effects. With the touch of a switch, today’s stylish dimming systems allow you to lower light levels to suit the activity.
With Lutron’s cellular shades, a simple press of a button from a remote control can set multiple shades in motion, making it easier to open and close hard-to-reach window treatments, helping to reduce glare and increase privacy.
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