Published at Wednesday, January 17th, 2018 - 07:30:09 AM. . By Benita Alamilla.
Tip #1 - Only Pretend to Light With Your Chandelier: Chandeliers are beautiful, but they are usually horrible sources of illumination. Many chandeliers have open bulbs that are unpleasant to look at, creating glare. Further, because your chandelier is usually directly above your dining room table, the chandelier will reflect glare off of the top of your dining room table. In addition, the beams from a chandelier come from above peoples faces, which creates shadows that make them look older.
The first thing you need to realize is that you have two main types of them that can be used in your home - artificial and natural light. Natural light can be introduced through windows from the sun or from candles and fireplaces. Artificial light is light that is produced by various fixtures that are powered electrically. When it comes to home interior lighting, you need to be able to make use of your natural and artificial light. Use windows in your home that allow light in and window treatments can be used to filter and control the lighting in a room. You can add a warming glow to rooms like the living or dining room by adding fireplaces or beautiful candles.
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