Most garages are poorly-lit making it difficult to find what you need, but that doesn’t have to be the case when there are so many options out there to choose from. This is particularly of note if you want to upgrade your garage in line with the rest of your beautifully designed home.
Here at Garageflex we wanted to put a spotlight (see what we did there) on garage lighting and show the different types available, how we incorporate lighting into your overall garage design and how it can impact the mood of the space.
What type of lighting should you choose for your garage?
Customising your garage design with lighting is an easy way to stamp your personality on the space and the type of lighting you choose depends on your preference, budget and the overall feel that you are trying to create. If you want the wow factor, then a large hexagonal design delivers in spades or if you want more of an understated option recessed or downlighting might be the way to go. The choice is yours.
Here are just some of the options that can be seamlessly incorporated into your bespoke garage design by our team of experts.
How can we incorporate lighting into your bespoke garage design?
Our team of expert designers can easily add lighting into your garage ceiling, just speak with them at the design phase to have this service incorporated into the plans. Our seamless approach to designing and installing your garage means that we can work with your current electrician or we can bring in one of our recommended professionals to work on your project.
If you would like us to work with your preferred electrician please let us know. We can discuss the project with them and confirm when the first and second fix will need to be completed to coincide with the rest of your installation.
Or we have our sister company Instaspark who specialise in domestic electrical work and who can work with our garage team to bring you a complete service.
How does lighting affect the mood of the space?
Bright lights are known to get you active and give you a sense of energy where as softer lights bring a calmer atmosphere. Warm lighting creates a comforting feel where as harsher white lights make it feel more clinical. So again it really depends on what you want to use the space for and the feel that you are trying to achieve. Any of these options can be implemented into your garage design by understanding your needs and working alongside electricians to attain the right feel for you.
We hope this has provided some insight and clarity over lighting in your garage, we would be happy to answer any questions and talk through your requirements so you can achieve the best result for your home. Do get in touch on 01491 579975 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.