Published at Thursday, January 18th, 2018 - 03:49:31 AM. . By Clarice Mancini.
There are two types of lighting when dealing with living room lighting issues, natural, and artificial. Natural lighting is the preferred choice for many outdoors types, while artificial often is the choice for the gadget-oriented type. Natural light serves well for reading a book, or illuminating a room for conversation, while it can be cumbersome to trying to view a computer screen, or television.
If youre lucky enough to have large windows, use them as your main light source in the daytime. Sheer drapes or frosted glass panes can diffuse the light and cast a soft glow around the room. Pair them with yellow area rugs or cream area rugs and you have got a bright, sunny room that doesnt use a single artificial light! Combine ambient and task lighting.
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