Lighting plays a major role in everyday life. Knowing how to illuminate every single room properly and adequately in your house is crucial for a great and healthy living. Electrical engineers and interior designers and architects are and could be involved in the process of lighting up a space or an area. In this blog, we will guide you on how to illuminate every room in your house and give you some ideas of lighting techniques and available styles in the market.
When designing any area, room decors are endless and suit everyone’s taste and preferences. Think about yourself and go on from there. Would you like a modern interior architecture design, or would you rather stick with traditional and conventional interior design? Both alternatives are fine and a good choice, but it all depends on you, who you are, and what you do. Some tips on how to proceed in choosing the right lighting for your space is to think first of the nature of the room. Is it a bedroom, a living space, a kitchen… for every one of these rooms a specific light or lighting technique can be used and implemented. Starting off with natural light, during the day sunlight needs to come in the room and illuminate the space. Think of nice big windows to allow sunrays to penetrate and give life and energy to your room.
Modern living room
The living area is one of the most important area in your house. It is the place where you will be spending most of your time and welcoming friends, family and guests. Therefore, this space needs to be adequately and nicely illuminated. Modern living rooms include pendant lights. Pendant lights are the traditional way of illuminating a space and consists of any type of lamp that is suspended from the ceiling. Check Casadar’s website to look out for some ideas of pendant lights and what is available in the market. For a more elevating and elegant style, pendant lights can come as a form of chandeliers which also come in different types, shapes and colors. Modern chandeliers survived the test of time and introduced the new concept of lights. They come in many different shapes and forms and the number of design ideas is endless. Whether in a dining space or a living room, or even a bedroom, the modern chandelier is one to stay and to fit perfectly with your choices and taste.
Some folks would want to look outside the box and come up with ideas for painting walls. Paintings on the walls are a fantastic and popular alternative. Casadar's website has a lot of great wall-painting ideas, so go take a look. It's become fashionable to decorate a child's room with a wonderful drawing on the walls or ceiling. A excellent lighting system, on the other hand, should be used to highlight these paintings. Consider using floor lamps and wall washers to highlight and accent the painting. Drawings can be anything, and well-known architects who are also painters perform this work to create the children's room to fulfill specific requirements.
The number of wall paintings available is limitless. On the walls of some of the children's areas are drawings of princesses and Disney characters. Others have drawings of family photographs strewn on the floor. Another wonderful concept is to use optical illusions to create a 3D design, such as a window with a beautiful view. It will undoubtedly make your child happy and cheerful. Instead of typical wallpaper, you can always go for a wall painting. The possibilities are unlimited, and they may be tailored to your preferences, tastes, and preferences. If you ask any artist to paint a desired picture on your walls, he or she will almost certainly do so. Karim Bou Gebrael is a Lebanese architect and artist who has created amazing work ranging from architecture to painting. He has experience is drawing on walls in newly furnished houses. This one on the left is a trompe l’oeil or has a 3D effect to give your space spaciousness and life.
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March 28, 2023
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