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Learn More About Multiple Trims

More Lighting with Modern Recessed Multiple Trim Lighting

A top lighting choice in many residential and commercial applications, recessed lighting with multiple trims are an easy way to illuminate hard to light spaces, including lofts, sloped or vaulted ceilings, or rooms with non-standard ceiling heights. Similar to single recessed fixtures, multiple recessed lighting offers lighting flexibility in a compact package.

How to Choose Contemporary Recessed Lighting and Trims

Picking out the perfect recessed lighting for a modern space means learning about the different types, , and housings available. Recessed lighting designs can be fixed to deliver consistent illumination in one spot, such as showcasing artwork. Alternately, rotating recessed lighting is designed to provide customized illumination, directing light where it’s needed most. In addition, offer a spotlight effect by concentrating light downward while feature metallic surfaces that offer brighter lighting for kitchens and rooms with high ceilings.

When it comes to selecting multiple recessed lighting for modern homes or commercial spaces, placement is one of the most important considerations. Contemporary recessed lighting options are versatile in that they can be installed in ceilings, walls, or even in-ground for outdoor applications. Ceiling installation is the most common location for recessed lighting and this offers the most flexibility in terms of retrofitting or installing recessed fixtures during new construction.

Housing types are another important factor when choosing the right recessed light fixture. The most common housing types include line voltage and low voltage. In-line voltage housings are hardwired and are preferred for their ease of maintenance. For more flexibility, low voltage housings are not as powerful as in-line housings but offer better customization and dimming options. For the ultimate illumination control, opt for integrated LED housings. This type of recessed lighting is eco-friendly, features long-life LED modules, and require minimal maintenance.

Top Multiple Trim Options

The best-selling recessed lighting options combine energy-efficient LED lamping with your choice of standard or invisible trim. Multi-light recessed fixtures feature two to four fixtures in one unit, making it easy to create a custom look.

Top multi-light recessed models are comprised of solid steel or die cast aluminum and some models feature powder coated finishes for added durability. In terms of sustainability, most contemporary recessed lights are ENERGY STAR certified as well as CEC Title 24 Compliant. Popular models include features like tinted glass shades and 15 to 45-degree adjustable beam angle. Multiple light recessed units come in a variety of traditional trim options from decorative finishes like two-toned white and black to invisible trims that are designed to blend seamlessly with the surrounding ceiling or wall finish. Top models feature electronic low voltage (ELV) dimmers and color temperature options ranging from 2700K to 4000K.

Other Considerations

In addition to the visual appeal of a new multiple light recessed fixture, there are some other important things to remember. When choosing a recessed fixture, think about its intended use, leaning toward fixtures that are designed specifically for that purpose. For example, in commercial applications where the lights will be on continuously, it’s better to choose energy-efficient LEDs due to their low operational cost and ease of maintenance. Choose a trim multi-light recessed fixture that compliments other décor and light fixtures or seamlessly blends in with an invisible trim. Once you’re clear on how your new multiple can lights will be used, selecting the right will be a breeze.