Living Room. Tuesday , May 01st , 2018 - 04:19:32 AM
While many homeowners prefer to have a variety of lighting for this area, each layer geared to accommodate a different purpose, it can be difficult to know which are the best living room lighting options. This article will guide you through the different living room lighting options as your disposal and when it is best to use each one.
Formal Rooms: Room designs are often geared toward a more formal type room. This formal type of design may include some formal touches like crown molding and chair rail molding around the room. Typically in this case of design the focus is on seating and other touches that will make the room more of a formal seating area. These types of designs are still quite popular and are still a huge design element in new construction homes.
Main Living Room Lighting Options- The main light fixture should offer a large amount of light. This is usually an overhead fixture, though some designers are moving away from this traditional solution. In addition to being the primary light source, this fixture should add aesthetic appeal to the room because it will be a focal point. Choose something inviting, bold, or creative according to your room decor and taste, but let it be something inherently decorative. Many homeowners enjoy installing chandeliers or pendant and hanging fixtures in the living and sitting room for this reason.
- It is also important to combine different types of light bulbs. Mix up your supply of halogen, fluorescent etc., as well as warm white lights or cool blue lights to fit with the room setting, within your fixtures.
Tables are also essential pieces of living room furniture. Coffee and cocktail tables tend to be placed in from of sofas while end tables sit at either side of chairs or sofas. Accent pieces can be set against walls or in the general living space. It has now become all but impossible to visualize in your mind's eye what your room will look like with all this furniture.
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