Speciality lighting refers to a type of lighting that serves a specific purpose or enhances a particular aspect of a space. It can be used to highlight architectural features, artwork, plants, or other objects, to provide task lighting for specific activities, or to create a certain ambiance or mood.
Some examples of speciality lighting include:
- Accent lighting: used to draw attention to a particular object or feature, such as artwork or sculptures
- Task lighting: provides bright, focused light for specific activities, such as reading or cooking
- Mood lighting: creates a desired atmosphere or ambiance, such as soft and warm lighting for a relaxing environment
- Picture lighting: illuminates artwork, photographs, or other wall-mounted items
- Landscape lighting: highlights outdoor features, such as trees, bushes, and pathways, and can be used to increase security
Speciality lighting is often achieved through the use of specific light fixtures, such as track lights, recessed lights, or wall sconces, and by using specific types of bulbs, such as LED, incandescent, or halogen. The goal of speciality lighting is to enhance the functionality and beauty of a space and to create a unique and personalized lighting experience.