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What lighting should I choose for my living room?


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Please give best suggestions


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Definitely, absolutely, fully - whatever lights you choose - make sure they are warm white (3000K). Keep away from cool white and daylight white!


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Chen
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I like sconces. They are making a huge comeback and look quite artistic and classic, and also functionally they don't use up space like floor lamps and table lamps.


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I would go with a really stunning pendants that is a show-off piece ... makes a great talk point, and gives superb mood. Make sure it is dimmable.


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Ensure you use layering in your living room, for example a pendant light together with a couple of table lamps.


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Daniel
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If you have intersting furniture in your living room, use spotlights to focus light on them, this creates excellent mood and atmosphere.


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David
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If you have an older type house, put in a chandelier.


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Mary
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Definitely use warm white light circa 3000K.


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James
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For minimalist lighting, use a grid of downlights (gimbles are great!) making sure they are not too close together, and dimmable.


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I would recommend that every living room has at least 3 lights, for example a pendant, a table lamp and some candles.

 

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Chen
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A large oversize wooden pendant can look stunning. I have one myself and guests love it.


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Mike
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The only thing you need to remember is to install a dimmer 😉 everything else is subservient to that!


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Daniel
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Consider putting table lamps with coloured shades - gives quite an interesting effect.


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John
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Ensure your living room has lots of shadows. I know this is counter intuitive but creates excellent mood.


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Mary
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Nothing beats candles in large candlesticks!


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Charles
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Make sure you use as much natural light as possible.


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