Having a decent living room lighting is not as easy as your may think. light fixtures not only fulfill a functional need of illuminations, but can also enhance the style of your room and accentuate the details that you want to put on display. There are different styles of light fixture that can be used in the living room and all offer a different kind of lighting to your surroundings. Maybe you want to change the look of your house according to the 2018 Trends? Or maybe go with a calming Scandinavian design? Finding the perfect lights and the perfect emplacement is essential to the harmonious design of your home. To help your with the planning the layout of your light fixtures, here are some tips to consider to find the perfect light fixtures for your living room.
Pair your living room lights
Don’t be afraid to mix and match your lights. They do not even need to be from the same collection or designer. A good lighting design incorporates multiple layers of lighting such as a ceiling light paired with wall, floor, or table lamp. In the picture above, the Iron Frame Icosahedron Pendant Ceiling Light is a stunning light fixture that looks modern and innovative. The silver floor lamp compliments the harsh straight lines of the ceiling pendant while also enhancing the modern style.
Try Eccentric Wall Sconces
Wall sconces are a great way to accessorize your empty walls while adding light to your living room. Wall sconces are normally used as accent lighting, to shine a spotlight on pieces of decoration that you want to feature. If you have a small living room with little floor space, a wall sconce is a great alternative to a floor lamp. Adding an eccentric wall sconce will elevate the style of your living room by giving it a unique twist.
Add a Centerpiece to Your Living Room
A gorgeous centerpiece placed above your living room instantly brightens your space while creating an interesting focal point. On an otherwise empty ceiling, a eye-catching centerpiece serves to create balance between the floor decor, wall decor, and ceiling decor piece. While it is preferable to add recessed lighting too, a ceiling pendant or chandelier can instantly change the atmosphere of your home to create a unique look.
Add Lamps to Those Dark Corners
Sometimes, the light from those ceiling fixtures cannot quite reach the corners of the living room, leaving them in the dark. That is easily fixed my adding a floor lamp in those lonely corners.
The key to a good living room lighting is to use different light mediums to spread the light evenly and to highlight the stylistic key points of your decor. By choosing the right sets of light and mismatching them, your living room will turn into a nuanced living space.