As the name implies, task lighting puts light where you need it to perform tasks, whether it be reading or food preparation. Typical examples include under-the-cabinet lights, recessed lights over a sink, and singular puck halogen lights. As with accent light, adding task lighting is a relatively easy and inexpensive task. Task lightings are usually incandescent or fluorescent.
Task Lighting or Chore Lighting: It illuminates the most functional and practical part of your kitchen by providing adequate lighting for kitchen core tasks like chopping vegetables, cooking food and yes, reading recipes. Most of the accidents which occur in kitchen are mostly due to this tasks and proper task lighting design can really prevent them. Task areas should have sufficient light so you can easily see what you`re working on without too much brightness or eye-straining dimness. The main thing to remember here is most of the time task lighting instead of brightening up a task area, shadows it. For this to not take place, task lights is best placed between the actual work place and your head which makes lighting located say below the upper cabinets very helpful. For example, task lighting is placed over the sink, gas cooker and food preparation area, where close work is done regularly.
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