Laurent. Living Room. November 08th , 2017.
How to light your living room. Living rooms are multifunctional spaces, so they need lighting for all the different tasks they need to perform. First, you’ll need a general light source – a ceiling pendant light, for example – that will light the room at darker times of day when the household are milling about. Wall lights and table lamps will give a softer glow when it’s time to relax. An adjustable reading lamp next to a comfy chair will allow readers to focus on their book without dazzling the rest of the room.
Mediterranean-inspired living room. As one of the most social spaces in the house, your living room needs to look good, work hard and function well. Before you begin any work, take a litle time to work out how the space functions for you. Is it a relaxing haven, and entertaining space of family central? Here, an elegant fusion of old and new will give a timeless feel to your living room. A pale wood floor reflects light from the windows and hits of strong yellow keep the look glam, not gloomy.
Traditional living room, a spacious room is the perfect place to show off a collection, bringing real personality to a scheme. Here, a display of well-chosen antiques adds interest while the collection of ornate plaster pieces runs out into the entrance hall for a sense of continuity.
Ground floor space with designated zones. For open-plan living to work effectively, the room should be divided into zones for different activities. The living room is a mix of faded glitz and bygone glamour with its graphic patterned floor, bold-shaped furniture and beautiful gold detailing, while the not-so-subtle glow of neon signs lights up the darker reccesses of the kitchen.
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