Both the bathroom and the ensuite have the same lighting, with one 50w halogen above the basin and mirror and a more conventional downlight which when turned on also turns on the exhaust fan unit which extracts air from the bathroom, toilet and ensuite. The exhaust fan motor is above the trapdoor with silver tubing leading to each inlet and the outlet on the balcony. The downlight is a 25w fluoro bulb, although my ensuite has an incandescent 100w bulb. I hate the slow warm up period of fluoros. The toilet has only the large downlight.
Overhead lounge lighting. The one above the dining table closest has two 100w frosted incandescent bulbs, the lounge one, two 40w frosted incandescent. They are on a dimmer switch but the lights are rarely used.
Two smaller versions of the lounge rooms light the connecting area between bedrooms, bathroom and lounge. One 100w clear incandescent in each.
The kitchen has one 20w circular fluoro and two 50w halogen downlights. The fluoro does not get a lot of use, but the downlights are always on at night, and often during the day.
The balcony light. Why do we need a nautical styled light? 100w clear incandescent.
My bedside lamp. For reading, the flaps open and light is projected out, otherwise, the lighting is quite soft, and god knows, I need soft lighting.