So I have an attic that is completely open with our master bedroom.
We live in a cottage in the mountains. They are section with drywall in office, bedroom and nearest areas. The desk is first and is a fairly small space (50-100sq feet ish), with a sloping ceiling that is about 5-7 feet high. I will start this project as soon as possible, so I'm trying to find out how to get SMART (full spectrum color) lighting for the room.
Right now it has a very old street light / broken on the beam with 2 bulbs (recently all went out). My initial idea was to connect the ceiling (and I work with drywall) with 4 built-in smart lights and have a smart wall switch instead of the usual oil button. This project is full of possibilities.
Should I go recessed? Should I try something else? I've seen Hue and I like Hue, but it's so expensive, I'm not sure I want to buy 4 lights for $ 200 ... also, I can imagine the cost to finally do the same setup in other rooms. An alternative budget that could eventually connect to HomeKit would be nice (I don't have any integration yet).
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