Lighting Design Tips
Just because the weather is becoming colder and the days are shorter, doesn’t mean the light in your life has to end! Keeping your home feeling warm, bright, and cheerful until the return of spring is absolutely crucial to chasing away those dreaded winter blues. For that reason, Interior Design Magazines decided to show you some lighting design tips that will help you get through the winter season.
MORE IS BETTER
During the winter, you’ll definitely want to increase your overall illumination scheme to make up for lost daylight hours. Add table and floor lamps throughout your homes.
BRIGHTEN UP DARK CORNERS
Brightening up dark corners and niches with floor lamps or lanterns is a great way to chase away any gloom, especially during winter’s shortest days when nightfall comes in the afternoon.
INVEST IN TASK LIGHTING
During winter, task lighting is your best friend, especially in places that you can normally read or work without light. Consider using table lamps.
ENHANCE YOUR DINING ROOM LIGHTING
If you normally eat dinner in the early-evening light, or at night-time, then it’s a great idea to amp up your dining room light in the fall and winter. Consider adding higher-wattage bulbs in your chandeliers or overhead lights, and use desk lamps on sideboards to illuminate your meal with a warm glow.
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