Lighting. Saturday , April 01st , 2017 - 02:19:34 AM
For most living rooms, warm white lights are preferred over cool whites, as they lend a comfortable and cozy feel to the area, due to their light red tint (2800 - 3200K). In addition to these, one can also use red, green, and blue bulbs for decorative purposes.
One major role of lighting in the interior setting is functionality. Lighting needs to serve a purpose, or it simply wastes electricity. Chandeliers are not only used in large, open foyers, entryways and rooms because of their centrally themed placement but also because they provide excellent illumination for the room. Wall lights add length and size, visually, to an entryway hall, as well as light the way. Consider the style of lighting you want to ensure you get the best directional or luminescent type for the setting. Look into task-specific lighting for desks and other work areas where functionality is more important than overall room illumination.
Quick Tip: Placing some decor accessory, such as a couple of pots or even a tall plant in these dark corners, along with a light, will add a designer look to your living room.
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