Rosetta Tordis. Lighting. October 12th , 2017.
Highlighting corners is a great way of defining the size of the living room. Whether small or large, this method works to unify multiple spaces and zones in the room. In larger rooms, lighting experts recommend having some light source at least every ten feet. In such a case, use a cluster of floor or pendant lamps, or even table lamps. When using pendant lamps, having some sort of artwork below would work well to create a focal point.
Visual harmony is the most important element in decorating a little bedroom. It defines the kind factor of this space and gives you a feeling which you have just stepped into a bedroom that is much larger than it really is. Using too many colors generates visual fragmentation and may diminish the look of your bedroom significantly. Essentially, don't use more than three colors. 1 neutral color for the backdrop and two accent colors at the very least, should do the trick.
Both natural and man-made lighting help with the illusion of space. For a darker room, find ways to bring in more full-spectrum natural light. If the room does not have sufficient lighting, it will feel cramped. This is worsened by close-proximity furniture arrangements, such as coffee table, end table, sofa, chair and love seat combinations in a smaller setting. Corner lamps, wall sconces and centrally hanging lights on the ceiling help brighten a room if natural lighting is not available and help create a visually larger space. This applies to any setting home or office. Natural lighting is preferred above man-made lighting because it shows off colors better and adds to the visual space of a room by bouncing off reflective surfaces. Consider skylights or large windows if you want more natural light, or use sheer drapes and curtains to allow the maximum amount of light from your current windows.
Incandescent bulbs are getting replaced by CFL very fast all over the world. Again when new technology is coming your way in the form of LED lighting, it is the time to replace CFLs. There are concerns while disposing CFL as they contain some amount of mercury. On the other hand LEDs do not contain mercury at all and they are safe environmentally.
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