Lighting "plan your home seriesMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Series: Plan Your HomePublication details: 1970 Studio Vista, Ltd. LondonDescription: 80 p. (chiefly illustrations (some color)). plans 21 cmISBN:
- 644.3 FRE
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Richard Freeth covers all these aspects and many more. He frankly admits that he is no lighting engineer but there is probably no one in this country who has had a wider experience of applying lighting ideas to the home. This book will not only help those who are planning from the drawing board stage but is bursting with ideas for those who may already think themselves lighting conscious. It emphasizes the need for experiment, for the correct lighting effect is one of the most unpredictable things about home decoration and furnishing. Choosing a dining table may present its problems but a reasonable amount of common sense should make the selection of the right one in a shop or store comparatively fool proof whereas the lighting of its final setting can be affected by an infinite number of variable � size of room, height of ceiling position of windows, colour of decorations etc; and to get just the effect needed all these must be taken into consideration.