The living room hosts a broad range of activities in our home, and the interior design is unique to each person. Depending on the day, it might be where we entertain our friends and family, kick up our feet to relax, curl up with a good book, binge on our favorite shows or even eat the occasional meal. This multi-use space needs carefully planned lighting for everyday living. From spotlighting family photos and artwork on the walls to provide sample light when the kids do their homework, let’s explore the many lighting layers that make your living room come to life.
This contemporary living room has colorful furnishings, so the light fixtures also adjust. Chandelier with a very unusual shape and green color are placed right in this contemporary room.
The main function of chandeliers is to provide style and ambiance, and they are not always an effective lighting alternative to recessed ceiling lighting, track lighting, and monorail lighting. But the chandelier can certainly make your room look more beautiful.
NO SHADOW BAGS IN LIVING ROOM
At this point, only a few shadow bags are left in your living room, and this is where you want to add floor lamps and table lamps, in addition to recessed downlights for full lighting. Portable lights offer a pool of local light at eye level that flatter the face, creating a familiar yet relaxed social atmosphere.
GLOOMY LUXURY CHANDELIER
The smooth ceiling mount is great for the living room, but there is no denying the decorative presence of the chandelier. And it doesn’t have to be all about luxury, we love the grim elegance projected by this piece of metal, with the silhouette it makes.
Did you know that lighting plays an important role in your circadian rhythm, and can have various benefits for your health and mood? Brightness, color temperature, hue – all play a role in setting the mood, and there are various ways to achieve it.
SET YOUR MOOD WITH LIGHT
Once you’ve figured out your task and accent lighting, the last step is to add some general ambient lighting to fill in the gaps and set the mood. This can be done in a variety of different ways.
COMPLETE YOUR ROOM WITH CHANDELIER
what’s important in your space. Is this a work of art? Wall texture? Architectural features? A vase on the table? After you do this, you can fill in the blanks with lighting from lamps like this chandelier.
PURPLE IN LIVING ROOM
This living room uses a standing lamp with the same color as the shade of the chair. This harmonious style can be copied if you want a luxurious living room.
To give an elegant impression this room uses lighting from wall lamps, table lamps, and standing lamps. All lighting is not too bright, all glow dimly highlights the elegant impression of this living room.
COMFY LIVING ROOM
The first, most important step in lighting a living room is figuring out how you use the space. From reading to relaxing, set up your lighting to help you along the way; this is called task lighting. Take a moment to think about what happens in your living room. For many of us, that’s watching TV. Televisions give off light of their own, so it’s important that your lighting doesn’t conflict with this, causing glare that interferes with your favorite show and hurts your eyes. In this room, we have a chandelier, task lighting, and warm dim light.
We hope by now you already have a clue how you will arrange the lighting in your living room. Not only in terms of its function but also in terms of beauty and its effect on the mood of every person in the room.