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When we think of lighting, we usually think of overall ambiance or overhead lighting. Yet there are so many other nuances to interior lighting schemes. Let’s take a look at the ways lighting your walls can help benefit you.
Kristina Phillips of Kristina Phillips Interior Design cultivated a soft, neutral living room area with a curving sofa and diffused window treatments. Lighting varies from an overhead pendant with glass-blown bulbs to a minimal table lamp and coordinating wall sconce. The overall effect is soft and sophisticated.
Jill Shevlin of Jill Shevlin Design chose mirrored wall sconces that resemble candlesticks to flank the fireplace in this sophisticated traditional living room The mirrors serve to amplify the light output and create a soft glow. The candlestick design complements the traditional decor of the room.
This neutral, double-height living space benefits from ample daylight and nature views. A pair of simple white wall sconces only serves to accentuate the vertical nature of the windows. Along with a pair of table lamps, these fixtures are all that is needed to light this beautiful space.
Backlighting built-in bookshelves is an often overlooked living room wall lighting strategy. Showcase items you collect or simply beautifully objects via concealed lighting sources. Recessed lights and a ceiling fan with a light is all that’s needed to round out this space designed by Patricia Davis Brown Designs.
There are many ways to light your walls, from wall sconces to other fixtures that indirectly cast light. Walls define your living space and so they shouldn’t be neglected in your lighting scheme. We hope these ideas have helped you out!
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