Spotlights can provide task or accent lighting. Indoor spotlights can be used in many areas of the home to highlight areas of a room or draw attention to artworks, architecture or other key features. For example, spotlights could be used to provide directional light in a bedroom, to illuminate a closet. One of the most popular placements for indoor spotlights is in kitchens. Spotlights can place directional light exactly where needed, such as over work surfaces used for food preparation.
Spotlights are available in a wide range of styles and finishes to suit your decor. Some of the most popular finishes are white, black and chrome, but there are many others to suit all interior styles. Indoor spotlights are often dimmable, and can be installed so that they can be controlled as a group. Another consideration with indoor spotlights is the beam angle, which determines how narrowly or widely light from the fitting is spread, providing either a focused beam or a general wash of light.
LEDs are a popular choice for spotlights as they provide a very high quality of light, with excellent colour rendering. Their long lifespan minimises the need for replacement and maintenance.