A Guide To Interior Lighting

Lighting can be beautiful if used in the right way. If you are remodeling your space, either by yourself or using an interior designer one of the perfect ways to add to its elegance is the lighting that works well with the architecture. With the right guide, you will be on your way to literally lighting up your world.


Depending on the illumination needs of your space, you need to come up with a budget. How much light do you want? What type do you like – moody or bright? What activities are normally carried out in the room? How much natural light is already available in the room? These are some of the questions that will guide you when planning interior lighting.

Lighting Layers

To create a flattering ambience, you need different layers of lightings. In some instances, one light is not enough to do all the work in the room. Layering creates versatility and you can carry out different activities in the same room at different times. This flexibility makes the room more attractive and exciting.


Make Use of Table and Floor Lamps

These types of lights are considered free agents because they are not hard-wired. They are very flexible and can provide the ambience and lighting that you need. They can readily be moved wherever the light is needed and can stand comfortably on the floor or table spaces. However, when selecting floor or table lamp, consider the scale of the room as well as its relationship with the furniture around it. Check out this furniture store for more inspiration

Use Scones for Walls

Scones are a potential choice for creativity during interior lighting. They are a perfect options for framing fireplaces, highlighting bookshelves and also lining hallways. They arealso great space savers and can be used as stylish kitchen lighting and bedside lights.


Interior lighting can be well achieved when you have in mind the activities being carried out in the room, how much natural light the room has and how the lights will enhance the look of the room.

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Posted by / October 21, 2016
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