Laurent. Living Room. November 09th , 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.
Seating area with oversized patterns. Oversized patterns, as seen on the rug, work well in large open-plan living rooms, and are a great way to add interest to minimal furnishings. A space-age coffee table and contemporary chairs give this modern living room a James Bond vibe. A wall of windows keeps the room feeling light and airy.
Living area that opens to the garden, the large bi-fold doors in this open-plan living area help bring the outside space in during the summer months. Open-plan space with artwork, plants, artwork and an inventive mixture of textures creates a unique look and brings a multipurpose space to life.
Freestanding storage unit room divider. A bold, eclectic approach works well in an open living room as there is space to breathe. A bespoke yellow cabinet acts as a room divider between living and dining areas, while still maintaining an open feel. This is also a good way to introduce a hit of colour to a plain colour scheme. This cleverly designed unit also stores the television, books and glassware.
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