Published at Thursday, January 18th, 2018 - 02:57:19 AM. . By Adorlee Martin.
Artificial lighting can vary in both quantity and quality. This depends on the kind of light you chose to place in your living room. Instead of placing only one light source in the middle of the room, you can use your creativity and utilize various lighting available today; such as recessed lighting, down (dim) lights, table or reading lamps, wall lamps, and so on. You can even utilized chandeliers with lighting controls so that you can control the atmosphere of your room.
Natural light is best achieved through placement of windows, skylights, and doorways, in other words things you might not be able to control in a living room. The best way to handle living room lighting is to manipulate the existing natural light in a way that you want. Simply evaluate the amount of natural light coming into your living room, and buy curtains, or window coverings to shade whatever element you are dealing with. For some, the natural light is a must have, and thus the windows stay unobstructed for the entire day.
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