Because a bright interior is warm and welcoming, the choice of your lighting and the orientation of your lights are essential. Good lighting will enhance your furniture and enhance your decor. So to be well informed on the subject, here are some mistakes not to commit.
Do not adopt the same lighting for each room
Each room… its light! You don't light a kitchen like a bedroom or a bathroom like a living room. In the rooms where you work, like the kitchen, lighting is essential, you should see as in broad daylight. Opt for ceiling lights and direct lighting positioned above your worktop. Same instructions for the bathroom. Often without windows, these blind rooms require quality and functional lighting. Prefer a minimum of two light sources with, for example again, a ceiling light for general lighting of the room and a targeted light source above or recessed in your mirror. On the other hand, rooms conducive to relaxation such as the living room or even the bedroom imperatively need several points of light in order to adapt the brightness to your activity: sleep, reading, television etc.
Do not opt for a single light source
If your living room is lit by a single light source, ceiling lamp or halogen floor lamp, the volumes of it will be overwritten and your decor will not be highlighted, because some corners of the room will not be lit. Also, install small lamps on your furniture, hang LED garlands on your walls and decorate your lighting with a central chandelier. Place fixtures on the floor and in multiple locations. Lighting that will keep its functional side to the room, but will give it a real touch of charm. Also remember to adapt your lighting to your activity. For reading, for example, provide a reading lamp in the living room and bedside lamps for the bedroom, a variety of light sources that will offer you direct lighting and bring you real visual comfort.
Don't neglect the color of your coatings
The color of your walls, but also that of your floors, plays a full role in the quality of your lighting. Walls with light colors (beige, cream) will promote better light distribution than walls with dark colors (black, chocolate). The same goes for your furniture. The darker they are the less they will reflect the light. Finally, also take care not to impede the diffusion of your artificial lighting and do not have furniture or objects in front of your light sources.