- Select either new construction or remodeling recessed light fixture as appropriate for the project.
- Pay attention to the lamping options on recessed light fixtures and chose the option that is best for the project and personal preference.
- Four inch recessed lights are good sizes for kitchen and bathroom projects when combined with other lighting styles.
Recessed lighting is a popular lighting option for ceilings in residential and commercial, including homes, offices, hotels, stores, libraries and other interiors requiring overhead lighting. Arcadian Home has a wide selection of recessed lighting trims, housings and lamping options. Recessed lighting size is a matter of personal preference and interior style. As with every type of lighting recessed lighting and recessed lighting trims vary in taste and popularity over the years. Four inch recessed lighting fixtures work well in kitchens and bathrooms in combination with other lighting such as pendant lights or chandeliers. In commercial applications four inch recessed lights can be combined with larger or smaller recessed lights for a more dynamic lighting design.
Four inch recessed lights along with 4 inch recessed lighting trims
are available in a number of styles with a combination of lamping options as well as installation options. Both new construction and remodel designed recessed lighting fixtures are available. Other styles include low wattage and fluorescent light recessed lighting. Four inch recessed light trim also comes in a range of styles and finishes to complement most interior styles.
Recessed lighting has many applications throughout the home, office, hotel, restaurant and other professional settings. Four inch recessed lighting fixtures can be used in areas with low ceilings such as finished basements and in combination with other lighting in kitchens, dining rooms, living rooms and bathrooms. Recessed lights make great lighting for a home theater or family room. Smaller recessed ceiling fixtures like four inch recessed lights can be used to highlight art or wash walls in soft light.