Each room in your home, including the bathroom, calls for a different lighting touch. But, how will you know the difference between how the kitchen should be lit versus the living room. Our team has studied out the best lighting solutions for each space in your home.


The Kitchen 

Overhead lighting is key in your kitchen. Dimensions is key to this overhead lighting. So, we recommend putting the ceiling lights on a dimmer, and adding lighting under your cabinets as well so when you are cooking your work space is well lit. Over the island, a nice fixture will light up that area, as well. 


Living Room 

Chose a few different corners of the living room to add special lighting to, whether it be over a chair, a place or over the fireplace, this will light up your living room when you want it lit up. Also, we recommend putting overhead bulbs on dimmers. So it can be bright when you need it, and lower when you are trying to relax by the fireplace or the television. 


Dining Room 

The main focus of your dining room , if it is not already, should be the table. Your goal is to make it as well-lit and inviting as possible. So, for this a nice chandelier or lighting fixture over the table will draw family and friends attention to the inviting space where they will enjoy their meal. 



In the bedroom, lighting should be versatile and always intimate. So, use soft lighting to create a relaxing atmosphere. We recommend reading lamps over a chair, small bedside table lamps, or overhead bulbs on a dimmer. 



Now I am sure you could be thinking, why does lighting in the bathroom even matter? But, just like any other room in your home, the space has incredible potential to go from a regular bathroom to a luxury spa-like oasis. Side lighting around the mirror is extremely important, especially paired with overhead lighting. This will eliminate uncomfortable shadows that you don't necessarily want when you are trying to fix your hair, apply makeup, etc.