The living room is a cool place to gather with family members and friends who visit. At least you can talk while enjoying a cup of warm tea together, or spend your free time by watching favorite tv shows. You can also make the living room a comfortable place to relax while reading a book or magazine.
A living room can indeed be used for various activities depending on the needs you do. Therefore, setting the lighting in the guest room into a matter that must be considered for all activities carried out in the living room can run well. Then whether your living room already has enough lighting or is still lacking?
Lighting has an important role that can affect the impression and atmosphere in an interior. lighting can be a light or natural light of sunlight. For lamp lights, either standard lamps or decorative lamps are able to create an overall atmosphere.
Then, what is the right lighting to apply to the living room in your home? Here are some tips;
In addition to illuminating all the activities in the living room, well-lit lighting system can also be one of the interesting decorative elements. Therefore you need to adjust the lighting system that you will use with your favorite living room interior. That way the living room will look more beautiful and dramatic.
Adjust to the Size of The Living Room
Different room sizes, of course, different light capacity or the number of lamps used.
If you want to present a particular piece of art, take advantage of track lights and accent lights that will drive one’s attention toward the artwork. You can do this technique to focus on frescoes, sculptures, and so on. It will definitely add a different aura to your home when it focuses on the things that are valuable to you.
Create A Theme
You definitely have a theme for interior design, you also have to make sure that room lighting is also right for the theme. You should also adjust to the dominant color in the room. For example, if you have a living room with a modern design, then a white chandelier will look good. Thus, you have created a balance for the whole area.
Each lighting fixture provides light in different directions. If you want to illuminate a certain dark area in the living room, you can use a spotlight or place a corner table with a lampshade on it. You can use uplighters to highlight decorative ceilings. There are so many ways you can do to turn the living room with light. There is a type of lighting from the bottom to a higher area or the lighting from the ceiling to the lower area. You can also provide a static lamp like a closed lamp.
Designing a lighting system doesn’t mean you will use artificial lighting all the time. Better to use natural light during the day. Make a curtain design that allows light into the living room during the daytime. Or you can use a thin curtain or even a transparent curtain. Or a commonly used technique is to install a glass roof in a certain area.
Currently, the lights are present in various colors. There are halogen lamps that can create an atmosphere as if it were fairly effective daylight for a room that cannot get sunlight. Colored lights can also provide a warm aura into the room. You can also use lights that emit white light to make it look more natural.
Create an Atmosphere
Lighting can also affect the aura of the environment. Now you have to decide what kind of atmosphere you want. To change a different atmosphere, you can use dimmed lights. Or you can add some wall lights for soft low-level lighting. A chandelier can also be used to perform this technique.
Light on Certain Areas
There may be areas in your house that require special lighting like aisles. You can channel creative ideas in designing lighting here. You can use wall sconces or lampshades that can make it look better. It can also be an additional decoration that makes it look more beautiful and not boring.
To make the room look more spacious, from both sides of the wall opposite the light bright enough to make them look far apart. The bright sidewalls will make the room look more spacious. If necessary, use a mirror to reflect space or light.
Not all the houses have a special place to put the lights. If your home has natural light during the day. But if there is a special light loophole, you can put a chandelier light. If you don’t really like the idea of a chandelier or an overhead lamp (a lamp mounted in the ceiling-RED), then a largely curved floor lamp can be an option. If there is a television in the living room, be wise in placing the lights, so as not to bounce off the screen. Make sure the lights can be dimmed to avoid too dazzling lights.
So, is it ready to set the lighting in your living room? Which point would you choose? ^^