Lack Luster Lighting
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Sarah Rae Smith
Nov 21, 2008

112108-lighting.jpg As most of us know lighting in your homes and spaces can either make or break the feel of them. Bad lighting can make even the most well designed room feel insignificant and great lighting can make a milk crate in an empty room look like a palace fit for a King. Click through the jump to help chime in on our dim and dark lighting issues.

I love light and so far this week the overhead lights in our loft have remained off (thank you large wall of south-facing windows!) during the day. But at night when we rely on a few lamps and the overhead bulbs we have been less than impressed.
There are plenty of lights (16 to be exact), they just don't... well... light!
We aren't sure if it's strictly based on the type of bulb (Fluorescent Floods) or if there is something we should be doing that we aren't.
Do you have a high and lofty ceiling? Other than bringing the lighting lower down, how can you make the space feel lit without relying exclusively on lamps?

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