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1 INTD 52 bedrooms—private sanctuaries

2 often thought of as unimportant feature in lighting plan one central fixture and a couple of lamps spend 1/3 of our lives sleeping—in the bedroom

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6 ambient lighting first and foremost! people are the main event in bedrooms— soften age lines erase dark circles cellulite? clients will love you for it

7 ambient lighting upgrade existing luminaire in ceiling center— replace it with a pendant-hung indirect fixture

8 ambient lighting tray ceilings lend themselves to perimeter cove lighting—helps emphasize architectural detail

9 ambient lighting low-voltage indirect light source could also be placed on top of a tall piece of furniture

10 task lighting—reading illumination typically a pair of portable luminaires are placed on bedside tables: select lamps with opaque shades direct light down to work surface helps shield light from bedmate

11 task lighting

12 task lighting—reading illumination install wall-mounted swing-arm lamps flexible doesn’t take up space on tables correct mounting height is critical! just above shoulder height when sitting in bed too high—source of glare too low—slump in order to read

13 task lighting

14 task lighting—reading illumination install a pair of recessed adjustable low- voltage luminaires in the ceiling above the bed person on right controls light on left use lamp with tight beam spread— MR16 ESX small aperture helps reduce glare

15 special effects underlighting along edge of bed creates levitation illusion night-light use dimmable fluorescent in warm color temperature or low-voltage tube lighting

16 special effects underlighting along edge of bed

17 special effects—mirror above bed gravity helps smooth away lines and excess folds of skin how do you light people in bed? cross-illumination 3 recessed adjustable fixtures flanking two long sides of the mirror provides even illumination peach-colored filter adds flattering hue to skin

18 special effects—mirror above bed

19 special effects—television technique not as much to do with lighting as it does visibility master bedrooms are often enormous— feet from bed to opposite wall too far to see television

20 special effects—television technique

21 bedroom make ultimate refuge a little escape from the world last holdout for romance “light your clients well and you will have clients for life”

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26 INTD 52 bathrooms—functional luxury

27 well-designed lighting of the utmost importance in bathrooms typically—recessed downlight over sink harsh light hitting top of head long dark shadows appear under eyes, nose & chin

28 typically—one surface-mounted above mirror illuminates top of face bottom half falls into shadow especially hard light by which to shave

29 task lighting at sink use two luminaires flanking mirror

30 task lighting at sink use two luminaires flanking mirror

31 task lighting at sink use two luminaires flanking mirror

32 task lighting at sink use two luminaires flanking mirror

33 task lighting at sink use two luminaires flanking mirror

34 lighting for tubs and showers need a good general light that are listed for wet locations recessed downlights with white opal diffusers visually not fully recessed collect dead-bugs usually limited to 60-watts

35 recessed downlight

36 lighting for tubs and showers fully-recessed luminaires render the upper-third of shower or tub area a little dimmer do a better job of reducing glare allow the use of higher wattage bulbs

37 fluorescent in the bathroom important—title 24 “forced energy efficiency” 50% must be fluorescent first switch as you enter bathroom incandescent allowed in bathrooms as long as storage areas and garages are 100% fluorescent (bathroom is defined as room with toilet in it)

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39 fluorescent in the bathroom fortunately the color temperature of today’s fluorescent lamps are very flattering to skin tones two drawbacks: ballast hum lack of rapid-start ballast (flicker before stabilizing)

40 ambient lighting indirect lighting adds a warm overall glow wall sconces cove lighting can find both in fluorescent lamps to comply with title 24 if higher ceilings, pendant-hung units are also a consideration

41 skylights supplement/replace ambient lighting during day: white opal acrylic UV filters specified if light-well is deep enough, low-maintenance fluorescent strip-lights can be used to keep skylight lit at night

42 accent lighting plants and artwork can be accented

43 accent lighting—guest powder room lights should just be a flattering glow—no specific task being performed

44 exhaust fans not required if operable windows nice to have to remove steam and odors make sure to specify separate switching for light & fan—if allowed by code

45 bathrooms and kitchens are the areas where people are most willing to invest money—good resale return most important to remember that good illumination for tasks is primary


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