There is absolutely that work in conjunction to offer the perfect look. Every space that is elegantly designed includes various types of lights and you cannot replace this with an overwhelming number of recessed lights and make up for the loss of accent and task lighting.
One little detail that you must take care of while planning for bedroom lighting is the placement of the fixtures in relation to the sockets and the switches. The last thing you want is to worry about the wiring.
The common tendency is to place way too many lights hoping that the presence of ample illumination will reflect your detailed design planning. But in reality this does just the opposite and the room looks too bright in one corner and dim in others. Even as sculptural additions the
For those looking to go in the opposite direction and embrace a minimal theme simple recessed lights coupled with sleek sconces like the Serge Mouille Lamp are the ideal choice. You can even bring in a cool hotel room vibe by opting for sconces that have a more traditional appearance.
A staggered chandelier above the trendy coffee table in the living room or a crystal-studded beauty in the spa-like master bathroom could be that final missing piece in the picture-perfect look that you have been craving for since years! Use the chandelier as an opportunity to introduce a new geometric shape without going for a serious renovation.
Pick a piece that is proportional to the remainder of the room. Also consider the visual weight of the chandelier and remember that the hefty looking chandeliers look good in spacious airy rooms while the light and breezy incarnations are at home in smaller more compact spaces.