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Wall-Wash Trim

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  • $11600 - $14200
  • Reflector Finish
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  • Finish
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  • Interior Finish
    $17622 - $47916
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    $20695 - $21595
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  • Color Temperature
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  • Trim Finish
    $8523 - $10494
  • Color Temperature
    $20695 - $21595
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    $21595
  • $29695 - $30595
  • Trim Color
    $36360
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    $36360
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    $21600
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    $36360

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Create A Well-Designed Space With Modern Wall Washer Recessed Lighting

Recessed lighting is one of the most popular lighting types and it's a great way to light modern spaces inconspicuously. Typically installed and ceilings recessed lighting is also suitable for installation in walls and floors, making it one of the most versatile lighting types available. One of the most important components of any recessed light fixture is the trim. While trimless versions provide a seamless look and easily blend into the ceiling, wall wash trim recessed fixtures serve as decorative lighting designed to highlight wall decor and other accessories. Additionally, recessed fixtures with wall wash trim can be painted with the same paint used for the surrounding surfaces for a custom look.

Choosing Modern Wall Washer Recessed Lighting

Picking out a wall washer trim recessed fixture starts with understanding the various components of recessed lighting in general. A typical recessed lighting kit contains housing, trim as well as an interior reflector to evenly disperse light. trims and housings must be the same size to ensure painless installation and overall functionality. The trim of a recessed fixture is important because it hides the interior electrical components so it is not only important for aesthetics.

Another great thing about recessed lighting is that there are versions that are suitable for as well as existing fixtures. When choosing a wall wash fixture for new construction or unfinished spaces, go for recessed lighting kits made specifically for remodeling applications. For existing fixtures that need an upgrade, choose a recessed lighting retrofit kit. These kits are easy to install by simply removing the texting trim and installing the clip into the housing.

Another important factor when choosing wall wash recessed lighting is the illumination level. Ideally, the light level of new recessed fixtures should match that of existing light sources to ensure consistent lighting throughout the space. Bestselling recessed fixtures with wall washer or feature 0 to 30-degree tilt, die-cast aluminum trim, and are available in various trim finishes like white or silver. Top-selling LED wall washer recessed lighting also features ELV or TRIAC dimmer compatible and many are Energy Star qualified signifying energy efficiency.

Other Things to Know About Wall Washer Recessed Lighting

Aside from trim finish and general lighting considered considerations, there are a few other things to keep in mind when choosing a new wall washer recessed light fixture. The proper voltage is an extremely important part of the recessed lighting installation process, so understanding the difference between line voltage and low voltage is essential. Line voltage generally refers to standard 120V electrical currents that are common among plug-in style fixtures. Low voltage fixtures are powered by remote transformers that provide consistent wattage and the transformer and wattage must match in a low voltage installation.

Choosing the ideal wall wash recessed fixture for your indoor residential or commercial space is easy once you understand the basics. For renovated spaces, always select your recessed fixture based on your specific lighting needs. Use wall washer recessed fixtures to highlight wall art, sculptures, or any other area where you feel that you feel would benefit from a dramatic lighting effect.