Sela Anamarija. chandelier. October 06th , 2017.
Find out what types of light the fixture will support (e.g. LED, incandescent bulbs, CFLs), and ensure that it is easily available. Also, check what wattage of light is best suited to the fixture. It should not be too dull, but it should not burn through the fixture and become too harsh or even affect the fixture itself. For light fixtures that can serve more than one purpose, choose those that have a dimming feature so that you can adjust the light according to your needs when necessary. This can apply to chandeliers, pendant lamps, and floor and table lamps.
The lighting arrangements in a dining room should be made in such a manner that would allow the guests and family members to enjoy the ambiance while having a meal. It is not suggested to think of bright lighting as this will make you and your guests uncomfortable while having meals. You might have seen in restaurants that the lights are typically dull, yet everything can be seen clearly. Also while choosing lights, the most important thing you need to keep in mind is the size of the dining table and the possible space suitable for arranging the lighting fixtures.
Purchasing furniture pieces with taller backs, massive legs and arms, adequate cushioning, etc. helps the room look cozier and comfortable. Small pieces will just get swallowed in high-ceilinged rooms. Moreover, the height of the walls will cause low-slung chairs to look dwarfed. In such rooms, it is best to group furniture pieces together in different areas of the room, thereby, creating smaller seating areas which help alleviate the cavernous feel.
Pendant Lights in LobbyWhen it comes to decorating the foyer, along with the wall art, foyer and hallway lighting in itself can be used to enhance the beauty of these important areas of your house. For enhancing the esthetic appeal of the foyer, you can hang an etched-glass pendant light from its ceiling. Or, you can even add an assortment of differently shaped chandeliers to the foyer ceiling. If you have shelves on the walls of the foyer, you can highlight them with tea lights. Chinese paper lanterns, if used appropriately, can liven up your foyer like none! Another good idea for foyer lighting is floor cove lighting, i.e., using rope lights to line up the lower edges of the walls and along with it, installing recessed floor lights. This combination will indeed lend a very futuristic, modern appeal to your foyer.
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