When it comes to giving your home a bounce of love and happiness, every detail needs to be taken care of, even if it is about lighting a particular living space. Here we will mostly be talking about how every space of your home can brighten up with budget friendly lighting décor. You can go with having small bulbs to big chandeliers but let us read through the various options you can choose from.

  • Light Layering
    The concept of light layering is simply to enhance the illumination throughout a room and eliminate shadows from all the corners. In a living room with a fireplace arrangement, a burnished metal chandelier is enough to supply overall light and visual interest. Twin sconces easily add soft accent lighting and define the area around the fireplace and mirror.
  • Chandeliers
    Amongst all the lighting décor options that the world has seen, the most classic of all living room lighting fixtures is the chandelier. It is usually positioned in the center of the room directly over the main seating area to elaborate lighting fixtures and at once the room’s main source of illumination and works of art. The beautiful sculptural shapes fill the void between the ceiling and the living space, and their shimmer, often caused by the candle-shape bulbs provide a multipoint illumination that softens shadows and makes the room’s highlights sparkle.
  • Sconces
    Sconces are lighting fixtures that attach to the wall rather than the ceiling. They might be equipped with shades or with glass diffusers to soften their light, as they’re often installed at or near eye level.In living rooms, sconces are often installed in pairs, typically over the mantelpiece or on both sides of the fireplace. When placed in this arrangement, they help define the room’s focal point, and provide accent lighting that complements firelight when a low light level is appropriate, such as hosting after-dinner gatherings.
  • Recessed Lighting
    For lots of light from an unobtrusive source, it’s hard to beat recessed lighting. With illumination provided by halogen, incandescent, or compact florescent bulbs, recessed can lights allow you to position a focused, downward-facing beam exactly where you need it.
  • Firelight
    This is a favourite of many, the firelight. There’s nothing like firelight to connote cosiness and romance, and this living room makes the most of it; in addition to the blazing hearth, candles accommodated together on a tray suspended from the ceiling add a jovial glow to your surroundings.
  • Floor Lamps
    Floor lamps come in many styles; they are portable, allowing for flexibility in use; and cast light up, down, and out simultaneously, producing a balanced light that minimizes harsh shadows. Floor lamps create an interest at eye level, and their availability in many materials and designs means they fit any style of decor. And so why not pick one for your home too?
  • Fan Lights
    Not to be confused with “fanlights” — fan-shape windows, typically located above the entry doors on many Federal-style houses — fan lights refer to lighting fixtures attached to ceiling.These latter-day fan lights come in many varieties. They include multiple lamps on three or more arms extending from the bottom of the fan, or even contemporary-style mini spotlights that can be selectively aimed similar to track lighting.
  • Living Room Skylights
    They are no more a fascinating element of the nature but can also live in your homes. Skylights are a dramatic way to bring daylight into a living room, and they are especially effective at adding sunshine to areas that window light can’t reach. Because they face upward, skylights bring in a great deal of light for their size.Consider a tubular skylight to bring light into a room in an area without much ceiling space. These fixtures pipe daylight in from a collector on the roof to a diffuser in the room’s ceiling, without the expense of building a finished skylight well.
  • Track Lighting
    The ways track lighting can be used in your home décor is varied: It can act as a downlight, a flood light, a spotlight, and an accent light. Fitted with enough light fixtures, a track lighting system can also serve as a room’s overall illumination system, which means no unnecessary hassles. Track lighting is flexible, allowing you to change the location and direction of the individual fixtures to suit any room arrangement.
  • Accent Lighting
    Accent lighting from sconces, one over each bank of built-in shelving, plus a small lantern over the doorway, beautifully illuminate the space. The sconces are mounted high on the wall giving an elaborate look to the room, spilling light over display pieces that fill the shelves and add to the room’s visual interest.
  • Pendant Lighting
    Pendant and recessed lighting work wonders together — bring plentiful light and character to this family style living room (we mean a little bigger living rooms here). They are great to be used in high-ceilinged rooms such as libraries and great-rooms, pendant lights bring the source of illumination closer to where it’s needed — and provide visual interest overhead.
  • Paper Lanterns
    Globe-shape paper lanterns are super budget friendly and unobtrusive, and they cast a soft, balanced, omnipresence of illumination that’s both pleasing and effective. Such lamps are available in a wide variety of sizes and can use either standard incandescent or compact florescent bulbs.They can either be let hanging individually or in groups from a ceiling, these lighting fixtures provide a contemporary and edgy effect that’s equally attractive whether the bulbs are on or off. While often used in modern interiors, the minimalist lanterns work just as well in updated traditional interiors such as this one.