Laurent. Living Room. November 08th , 2017.
A formal, parlour-style living room demands decorative lighting to impress, whether it’s a statement standard lamp or a designer chandelier. You might also consider adding accent lighting, such as a picture light to draw attention to a favourite work of art. It’s a good idea to have at least two electrical circuits for your living room lighting – one for the main light, and one for softer lighting – as well as dimmer switches so you can control the level of light to suit the time of day, task and mood.
Living area with patterns and plains, mix various patterns and colours against a neutral backdrop for an eclectic look in a living space. Open-plan room divider, freestanding, open shelving is ideal for dividing up larger spaces while maintaining a bright, airy feel to your scheme. Relaxed living room, if you love entertaining, a living room leading from your kitchen makes a great entertaining space. The cook can take part in the conversation while comfortable seating ensures guests are relaxed and settled so they are not tempted to stray and get under your feet.
Zoned living room, how you arrange furniture and flooring, especially rugs, can help divide a large space into zones. In this living room, two facing sofas nestled by the fire and anchored by a bold rug create a cosy place in which to relax and socialise, while the storage area beyond could be used as a media room with television and technology hidden from view when not in use.
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.
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