How To Properly Light A Home
Lithing your home is more than finding a fixture you love, it’s about creating a safe and welcoming environment. ShaRee Antenucci is an interior designer that knows exactly what it takes to properly light every inch of a home. Modern Chandeliers decided to present to you Sharee’s best tips on how light your home. Take a look:
The function of lighting in the kitchen is to illuminate your workspace, like an island or bar seating. But ShaRee says you also want your kitchen lighting to have a “wow” factor – to be an accessory in the room.
The living room is often the largest space in the house. Within it, you might need reading lamps for a cozy nook or wall scones to show off a work of art.
In the dining room, it’s important to have the right amount of light for the size space you have. If you’re tempted to go with a large pendant or chandelier, just make sure it works well with the style and enhances the room’s décor.
A bar brings a sense of class and refinement. ShaRee advises that you play up that ambiance with moody lighting. If there’s a unique feature, like a mosaic backsplash, highlight it with modern pendants. This space deserves all the attention it can get.
The master bedroom is another large room that needs proper lighting, but the main concern is bedside reading and closet lighting. Each bedside light should operate on its own switch, either directly on the fixture or a wall switch within easy reach.
To get the most out of the master bathroom, you’ll need multiple sources of light. This will likely include a main fixture in the middle and wall sconces for your bathroom vanity lighting. ShaRee says she used a modern glass light fixture and wall sconces to complement the mahogany cabinets and hardware.
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