Lighting up darker days

APPROACHING shorter, darker days means more attention should be paid to how you light your home.

Just as you wear dark glasses to gain relief from the glare of the midsummer sun, your eyes need the support of good artificial illumination when winter’s gloom sets in.

Many people make the mistake of thinking more or brighter lights are the answer. Placement and variety of lighting is much more important than intensity. For instance, overhead lights are fine for specific tasks such as reading or sewing, but can be disturbing and irritating if all you want to do is relax after a hard day at work.

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