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Well-designed modern lighting goes a long way. From making your small-sized apartment look like a spacious home, lighting can always bring style and elegance to your space. There are different types of lighting systems you can choose from. Fixtures, ceiling mounts are some of the options which can set a good ambience and the look of the interiors would change. You can always add small elements alongside to curate the whole look of the space. Add indoor plants, sheer and solid curtain combinations, as well as beautiful wall paintings for a well-curated space.
Here are a few options to choose from to light it right:
Wall lights are some common options to go with if you are renovating or curating your new place. These lights need not be classic bulb-shaped lights. They can be circular, rectangular, and even oval and elliptic. Install these lights around the bedroom, living room, kitchen, hallway, and even the entryway. Your home would look spacious in an instant.
A perfect solution to accent your walls with wall sconces can help create a romantic atmosphere in the house. Install them in the bedroom, or the hallway and dining room, to set a beautiful ambience and vibe. For a mid-century modern look, these wall sconces can work wonders! You can always add more elements to it, including floor lamps and table lamps.
Available in different shapes and sizes, ceiling lights are a perfect way to augment natural sunlight indoors. A downlighter or a galaxy strip light can be paired with beautiful wall paintings to create a texture and reflect the wonderful colors throughout the room. Install a combination of ceiling lights to curate a high beam and make your house look spacious.
Pendant lighting is a cluster of lights, which are usually hung from above. You can create a beautiful array of lights if you have a high ceiling. With glass covers and cones around these wonderful lights, you can install them around the kitchen island top or over a high-rise ceiling in the living room. Add minimalist design elements such as monochrome furniture, small patterned carpets, and you are done!