Living room lighting primarily focusses on cosiness. It is therefore recommended to work with different types of lighting. In addition to recessed spotlights, try working with pendant lamps, table lamps or floor lamps to create cosy corners. This is also a way of adjusting your lighting to the various activities that take place in the lounge.
Spotlights are a good starting point for your living room lighting. Recessed spotlights, evenly spread across the room, are perfect for the overall lighting. Combined with a dimmer, they can also create the perfect atmosphere.
Surface-mounted spotlights can be the solution for a living room with just a central light source. The light will then spread less evenly, but you can direct it to where it's needed.
As mentioned before, spotlights are a good starting point, but if you really want to create a cosy atmosphere, you’ll need more than just spotlights.
A pendant lamp in the centre of the lounge can do wonders for the atmosphere. Pendant lamps with diffused light are especially suitable for this. Choose extra-warm white light, and your whole room will light up in a wonderful glow.
Wall lamps can be used for various purposes in your living room.
Floor lamps are always great for creating atmosphere, but a living room really needs a reading lamp to make it snug. An elegant reading lamp next to the sofa, and your perfect cocoon, where you can enjoy a good book, is ready for you.
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