Library and Study Lights Can Be Fun
Your study is a personal space where you get a lot of important work done. It’s a space that has been designed keeping your personal work and leisure patterns in mind. The right kind of lighting can make it the perfect space.
Study/library is all about blending aesthetics with functionality. There are a range of lighting options that will help you create a unique space and prove that library and study lights can be fun:
Cove Lighting: A study is a space that requires subtle lighting. Bright enough to be functional, yet with the option of dimming down when needed. Cove lighting serves the purpose quite well. This works ideally with a low profile ceiling.
Cabinet Lighting: Whether you have an open shelves or closed door cabinet system for your library, you will need appropriate lighting when browsing through your collection. In-cabinet lights are of different kinds. You may choose to go with puck lights or miniature recessed lighting. A more delicate approach would be with LED strip or rope lights.
Desk Lamps: What would a study table be without a good desk lamp? Today, the range available can leave you spoilt for choice. Look for the classic LED Desk Lamp with a flexible. Goose neck lamps that may be placed on the desk or even clamped on are another option. You can even choose something from the range of swivel neck lamps around.
Mounted Lights: There are a wide range of mounted lights that you may choose from. These may be mounted on walls, on desks and even on side tables. Choose ones that give you maximum flexibility with the neck. Recessed lights are another option and offer a great deal of flexibility.
These are some of the options to work with when creating the lighting map of your study/library. A good combination creates a lovely ambiance where you may work and relax comfortably.