Published at Thursday, January 18th, 2018 - 03:57:40 AM. . By Clarice Mancini.
Your living space should ideally be an extension of yourself, a place where you can truly relax; and in order to do that most effectively, it should be a place where you feel most comfortable. The lighting in your living room will play a significant part in the way that the space feels. In daylight hours people will typically tend towards an area that can draw in significant sun light, and create a more natural ambience, without the need for an artificial presence. However, when the sun goes down and that space is filled with darkness, artificial light becomes the only option!
Place lamps on bedside tables and end tables, you can also place sofa table behind the couch and place a lamp there as well. Floor lamps are another option and can work well behind chairs that are angled into a corner. Finally, recessed lighting can provide additional light where other options are unavailable. Spotlighting use spotlights or picture lights that are designed especially to highlight framed artwork. Family portraits, contrasting wall colors, moldings, carvings, and other details can all be accented with this kind of lighting.
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