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One good idea for living room lighting is wall sconces. Wall sconces come in different lighting colors, shapes and designs, and they serve as excellent accent lighting for your favorite objects and furniture in the living room such as your parents’ stylish wicker chairs from the 70s, your bamboo multicolored area rug, your oak bookcase that you made yourself, and the colored walls in the living room. Table lamps are one of the most inexpensive and energy-efficient ways to light a living room and you can find them in cool and colorful designs. Here are some ideas for table lamps for the living room, If you have a contemporary art studio theme to your home, purchase some tall arc floor lamps to add a funky touch to it. Or if you have an Art Deco-style living room, some vintage Tiffany table lamps would work with this theme. Blinds are excellent ways to light your living room because you’re not using a lot of energy and it saves you money on utility bills. In addition, blinds add natural light to the living room and the blinds come in great colors besides white and beige. Blinds are also adjustable so you con troll how much light you want in the room. If you want living room lighting that accentuates the best features in the living room, use a large recessed light because it shines downward and it doesn’t overpower the room with brightness. If you’re interested in energy efficiency, purchase a LED recessed light. Recessed lights also come in funky shapes and bold colors so these will fit into any theme of the room. Track lights will also work for the living room. If you want luxury living room lighting, choose chandeliers. Historically glass chandeliers were the ones of choice but nowadays more people are buying chandeliers are made of bronze, brass, steel and wrought iron. Black chandeliers are making a comeback as more people decorate their homes in a vintage or Gothic theme. Your choice of the size of the chandeliers depends on the height of your \ceiling and space that’s in the living room. Chandeliers add romance and sophistication to the living room. If you want to light your living room naturally for a few hours during the night, use some scented tea light candles. These candles help you achieve a subtle lighting in your living room and they don’t take up too much space. Candles also add a subtle scent to the living room. When you light the candles, you want to keep an eye on them because tea light candles run low quickly. When choosing living room lighting, you want to consider how much power the fixture gives out, how large you want the fixture and how you want the lighting fixture to be used in the living room. Read some articles on living room lighting and find out which lighting works best for your living room. Living room lighting should be bold, beautiful and efficient.