interior lighting

Expert tips for interior lighting

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Lighting your home interiors can be quite a challenge, especially if you are looking to redesign your interior space. Simply installing fashionable lighting fixtures does not mean an efficient lighting system. Having a mix of lighting sources at different angles helps set a unique mood, which allows you to create a visually pleasing living space. Here are a few tips to help give your home interiors a unique look via the right lighting.

Living room

There is so much you can do with the living room. The most common lighting set up for a living room is an ambient lighting that lights up the entire room evenly. This is also one of the most boring lighting set ups as well. Instead, you can focus your lighting set up to highlight a particular object or a painting, yet still keeping the entire room well lit.

Dining room

He center piece of the dining room is the dining table, thus all your lighting should be direct at the table. Using a chandelier or a pendant lighting above the table will give it a flattering look. You can also add a couple of small lamps on either sides of the walls to add fill lighting.

 Kitchen

Kitchen lighting has to be ambient and should evenly light up the entire room. Kitchen lighting has to lean more towards functionality than the style. The light focussing on the work surfaces should be at a lower angle in order to give illuminate the work space satisfactorily.

Bedroom

Bed room lighting ought to be cosy and relaxing. You can invest in bright lights and softer lights, or you can opt for a dimmer. This will help you to set the right mood, which will make for a comfortable sleeping space.

Installing the right lighting fixtures involves an understanding of your interior space. Using light and shadows to your advantage will help give your home a spacious look, and will help establish a unique character.

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