DIY / Home Improvement

Decor Inspiration: The Best Lighting For Your Home’s Interior

One of the easiest foolproof ways to transform the look of your home’s interior is to invest in new lighting, which instantly turn your home’s interior from drab to fab. If you’re interested, continue reading to discover some of the best lighting options for your home’s interior from Gary G Friedman.

The best lighting for your home’s interior:

1. Motion activated nightlights

If you don’t fancy waking up your entire household, every time you decide to get up in the middle of the night to head to the bathroom or kitchen, it’s well worth purchasing a few cheap motion activated night lights, in order to illuminate your home’s hallways, during the night. So you’ll never have to fumble around in the dark, in order to find a light switch again! Better yet, your lights will only turn on when you walk past them at night and activate them.

2. Chandeliers

If your home boasts a large foyer with a tall ceiling, you may be interested in purchasing an ornate chandelier to hang in your foyer. Alternatively, chandeliers are also well suited to dining rooms and bedrooms.

If you don’t like the look of traditional chandeliers, you may also be pleased to hear that you can also purchase modern, glass chandeliers. So no matter whether your home boasts a traditional style of decor or a more modern style of decor, it’s well worth considering the possibility of purchasing a gorgeous, eye-catching chandelier.

3. Stylish wall-mounted lights

While you may opt for traditional, overhead light fixtures in most areas of your home, if you love the classic look of stylish, wall mounted lights, you may want to place a few cleverly positioned wall lights in your living room, study and lounge.

As an example, if you enjoy reading late into the night, you may want to place a wall-mounted light next to your bed. So that you won’t have to keep your primary, overhead light on when you decide to manage in a little late night reading.

4. Multi-bulb kitchen lights

If you’re looking to replace your kitchen’s lighting, you may want to consider erecting a sleek stainless-steel multi-bulb kitchen light to hang in the middle of your kitchen. Better yet, you’ll be able to point each bulb on your multi-bulb light in a different direction. To ensure that your whole kitchen is adequately illuminated.

5. Child-friendly nightlights

If you’re a parent of young children who are scared of the dark and prefer to sleep with their bedroom lights on, you’ll save a lot of money by purchasing each of your children, a child-friendly night-light. Which will produce, a faint glow at night, which will keep your children’s fears at bay.

6. Modern, glass light fittings

If you’re looking to purchase modern light fittings, in order to transform the look and feel of your home’s interior, it’s well worth switching out your old light fittings, for more modern glass light fittings. Which will set you back less than $100 but will make your entire home appear far more expensive.

Hopefully the above information has provided with a bit of well-needed food for thought, to mull over.