Published at Wednesday, September 04th, 2019 - 12:51:42 PM. Living-Room. By Camille Beaupre.
A living room works best with layered lighting for its many uses throughout different times of the day. You can use ceiling-recessed lights to draw the eye to certain artwork, pictures or mirrors hanging on the walls in the room. You can then add table or floor lamps which will provide the direct lighting needed to read or work. And don’t forget, that in most homes, natural light is the primary source of light during the day and a living room’s décor definitely needs to make the most out of using this light throughout the day. You can install skylights or dormer windows to increase the amount of natural lights that comes into the room. You can also use lighter curtains, blinds or shades on existing windows to allow the direct sunlight though to the room while keeping your privacy.
It has never been more important to choose the right living room lighting sources with care. Choosing a good lighting scheme can have a remarkably dramatic impact on your living room - it is just as important as how you choose to decorate it. Even the simplest lighting scheme can have a dramatic impact if well planned and thought out - it can make an area seem larger or ore defined. The same light bulb and lighting fixture can have little or tremendous impact on your living room’s décor Since this room is a room which will probably be used a lot for many different purposes such as reading, watching movies and television, and relaxing, selecting the right lighting sources plays a more critical part on how our family feels and will use the room.
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