Indoor lighting refers to the use of artificial light sources inside buildings and structures for the purpose of illuminating interior spaces. Indoor lighting is essential for tasks such as reading, cooking, working, and creating a comfortable atmosphere.
It can also be used to enhance the appearance and functionality of a space and to support the mood and activity taking place in the room.
There are many different types of indoor lighting, including overhead lightings, such as chandeliers and ceiling fixtures; task lighting, such as desk lamps and under-cabinet lights; accent lighting, such as wall sconces and track lighting; and mood lighting, such as table lamps and floor lamps.
Indoor lighting can also be integrated into smart home automation systems, allowing for remote control and scheduling of lighting.
The choice of indoor lighting will depend on the specific needs and design of a space, as well as personal preferences.
The key factors to consider when selecting indoor lighting include the type and intensity of light, the placement and direction of the light source, and the style and design of the lighting fixtures.