Lighting in the dining room

Posted on 06/12/2011 Author: . Under: Lighting




Lighting in the dining room

Circular-pendant-light-by-Vibia–Citrus

Circular pendant light by Vibia–Citrus

The dining room is the place in the household, where lighting shouldn’t be experimented with. The opportunities aren’t many and the main concern is to feel comfortable when having meals there. If the dining room is a separate room in the household, it should be well lit, since there are a lot of activities carried out in it during the daytime. Natural daylight should be used for as long as possible, which can be achieved by placing French windows, as well as setting the table near a window. Synthetic lighting can be realized in a few ways – by an equally spread lighting, built in a hung ceiling, or a single light source.

Elegant chandelier design

Elegant-chandelier-design

Elegant chandelier design

The chandelier should be hung on a movable thread, which would male it possible for the chandelier to be lowered down when dining, so the table would have the best possible lighting. Wall lamps are suitable, as they help create a good atmosphere in the room, as well as make for its better lighting. Built in lighting in some furniture elements is a good decision, as it makes the lighting in the room more even and draws the attention to the tableware, stored in some of the cupboard drawers. If the dining room and kitchen are a single room, separated only by a centre desktop, it is a good idea to place a spot light over the desktop and a chandelier over the dining table.


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