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10 Closet Lighting Ideas To Brighten Your Space

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Closets are great, but they can also be pretty dark. For that reason, closet lighting is especially important. Sure, lights are important for your entire home, but by nature, closets are traditionally dark. This poses a serious problem as people need to be able to see just what they’re pulling out of their closets. Plus, it goes without saying that well-lit spaces are generally happier spaces. The good news is that there are lights of closet lighting options out there. Which works best for you will simply depend on your style, the design of your closet, and the size. For those who want to keep it simple, tap lights are a great solution for smaller spaces. These lights can be adhered to walls or shelves, and work by being pressed oh and off. For more elaborate options chandeliers and other hanging light fixtures can also be a great fit. Not only will these fixtures provide light, but they’ll do it with lots of style. LED lightning can also be an excellent choice as it can be placed directly in the shelving and provide a nice pleasant glow. If you’re ready to shine some light on your closet, these ideas can help you see some of the possibilities. Check out these 10 closet lighting ideas to brighten your space.

illuminated modern closet


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beautiful bright closet


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closet with track lighting


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charming closet lighting idea


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walk in closet with chandelier


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beautiful walk in closet with wooden shelving


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large closet with beautiful globe hanging lamp


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Luxurious-crystal-pendant-lamp-for-garments-closet-organizers


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chic closet with cool lights


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closet with LED lighting


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Written by Camille Moore

Camille has a master's degree from Saint Joseph University's Writing Studies program. Her writing has been published on several websites, and she enjoys writing articles and short stories in her spare time. You can follow Camille on Twitter @CamealAshley.