Published at Wednesday, February 07th, 2018 - 21:42:34 PM. . By Sharon.
Tip #1 - Only Pretend to Light With Your Chandelier: Chandeliers are beautiful, but they are usually horrible sources of illumination. Many chandeliers have open bulbs that are unpleasant to look at, creating glare. Further, because your chandelier is usually directly above your dining room table, the chandelier will reflect glare off of the top of your dining room table. In addition, the beams from a chandelier come from above people is faces, which creates shadows that make them look older.
Lighten the color of the floor. As with the walls, the color of the floor can have a dramatic effect on the overall amount of light in a bedroom. Dark flooring might seem a good choice to hide stains and marks but it does little to add brightness and light. Depending on your bedroom design theme, consider lighter colors such as white and cream. This can be in the form of carpeting or painted floorboards.
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