Lighting. Wednesday , April 05th , 2017 - 07:19:31 AM
The CRI (Color Rendering Index) is the measure of the quality of light, which shows how well a light source replicates color in relation to daylight. So one should look for a CRI greater than 80 to get a good daylight color quality.
The living room is a spot where you chill, interact with friends and family, enjoy a good book, watch a good movie, or formally entertain a bunch of guests. While there are several more purposes a living room serves, these are most important. So, the lighting needs to be flexible in order to get the maximum out of it; get the lighting right, and you'll have a room that looks different for every occasion.
Consider the purpose of the light. If it is going to be used as task lighting, opt for a simpler fixture. If it is going to be used solely for decorative purposes, knock yourself out.
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