Lights. Tuesday , December 19th , 2017 - 09:26:25 AM
You should also use twin sconces to supply soft accent lighting. The twin scones also provide the light that defines the area around the mirror and fireplace. It's also wise that you use a scrolling floor lamp that will provide you with task lighting for the seating area.
Paper lanterns. They are inexpensive and unobtrusive. They cast a soft, even and omnidirectional light that is not only pleasing, but also very effective. You should hang the lights individually or in groups from the ceiling. The good side with the lights is that they provide a mobile-like effect regardless of whether the bulbs are on or not.
If your living room is also where your children occasionally do their homework, then supplement the lamps with a ceiling fixture. If the kids do their assignments on the coffee table then a fixture directly above the table is a good idea as the light will also be in the center of your seating area and won't look out of place. But don't forget to use dimmers, particularly on the ceiling lights, as you can control the brightness of the light and thus control the ambiance in the room.
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