When decorating your home, or planning a new lighting scheme, remember what a difference light switches can make. A standard on/off switch might do the job, but there are many other options to choose from. If you want to control multiple lights independently, in a hallway for example, a two-way switch is key.
Sometimes you need bright light to help you focus on intricate tasks; at others, you can't beat a bit of mood lighting – even if you're just enjoying a soak in the tub. Wouldn't it be good if you could transform the ambience in your home at the flick of a switch?
When it comes to flexible lighting, a dimmer switch is your secret weapon: it will give you complete control. Turn up the brightness when you need to concentrate, or emulate the cosy, low level lighting of floor lamps by turning it right down. Just pull out that step ladder and fit some dimmable light bulbs inside your existing lamp shades.