1. THE ENTRANCE
2. THE BEDROOM
A set of lamps on your bedside tables always look great. Large lamps make your room look bigger and paired with a tall head board, multiple frames or large artwork over the bed they will look smashing and proportional. Make sure the light bulbs aren't too strong - just enough to provide the right light to read - while creating a soft, dreamy ambience.
Pair your bedside table lamps with a single lamp on the drawers in your bedroom, (1 lamp is usually enough if the room isn't too big) to create an interesting balance between symmetry and asymmetry. This way you have a well distributed, cosy lighting across the room.
3. THE LIVING ROOM
You can't go wrong placing table lamps on the side tables next to your sofa. If you have 2 side tables it usually looks better to have a table lamp on each one for symmetry, while if you only have a side table on one side of the sofa, then a single lamp will look great. Table lamps next to your sofa also serves the purpose to provide the light you need to read.
Pair your side table lights with a sleek buffet lamp combined with art, flowers and books. By mixing materials and colour tonalities you create a refined look. Buffet lamps are perfect ambience lights while serving to illuminate another wall in the room.
Finally add a floor lamp or wall sconces to the 4th wall or corner in the room to create a soft, harmonious sea of light across the space. If your living room is bigger in scale adding spot lights to illuminate wall art adds an exclusive touch.
4. THE DINING ROOM
Place a bold lamp on the buffet in your dining room and combine it with floor lamps and wall sconces in the rest of the room.
THE STRENGTH OF THE LIGHT
CHOOSING STYLE AND COLOUR
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