If you don’t want to use chandeliers in your dining room decor, then we have plenty of creative dining room lighting ideas for you!
Usually, we use the dining room pendants as a way to anchor the dining room table, but the truth is that there are lots of alternatives. A floor lamp can shed light on the table, and it’s more flexible than a chandelier. For a more functional style of your dining room lighting, use layers of light with recessed lights, wall sconces, etc. And what about dining room table lamps? They are also a stylish choice for your dining room design. So, as you can see, you can decorate your dining room lighting without chandeliers! Let’s keep scrolling and find out some lighting designs that will help you rock this division of your home.
Add an extra lighting element to your dining room lighting with a stylish floor lamp. A dining room floor lamp can be placed in nearly every corner.
With its long, curved neck, an arc floor lamp can easily be positioned so the shade hangs directly over your table. Plug it in, turn it on, and you’re ready to serve your guests.
When adding layers of light, think vertically—layers from the ceiling to floor—and horizontally—layers from one side of the room to the other. With the right combination of wall lights and table lamps, you’ll create the perfect layered room.
A mixture of delicate design and light-diffusing shades, opt for a wall lamp to cast soft upward shadows in a dining room framing a fireplace.
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