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    Dining area lighting style

    Hi!

    Was wondering, what would be the appropriate lighting style for a dining area near the living room?

    My house is quite small, so my kitchen and living area is quite close to each other. Any suggestion?

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    what kind of light you have in your living room? have the dining lighting same with the living room lighting.. or if the living room light is already bright enough, you don't have to add more, maybe accent lighting would be enough.

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    Have it in the same light with your living room...
    I think, being consistent in every choice of material for a small area will make it appear bigger.

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    a skylight in the kitchen would be very nice. The natural light will illuminate the place during daytime, saving you a lot on energy consumption.

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    If ur living has bright lights already, no need to put up light in the dining.

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    i agree with the skylight.. that will help save energy.. at night, maybe you can use accent lighting.

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    does ur dining area have windows? if it does, maybe accent lighting wud be enuf to illuminate d place at night.

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    I suggest using a sky light so that you can save energy and so that the light in the dining area isn't too bright.

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    Maybe you could also consider having a medium sized chandelier over the dining area.

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    I think it's nice if it's the same with your living room.

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    we used the same lighting style with our living room.

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    the lighting on our dining area is a bit brighter than the living room.

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    Maybe a chandelier for the dining are will be good, just a small one. I think it's not very good to have glaring lights in the dining area. Reserve those heavy duty lights for the kitchen.

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    our dining area has a chandelier that's not too big and gives off a not-too bright light, making the atmosphere more relaxing and intimate.

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    I think a chandelier with a moderately dim yellow lighting would be well-suited for the dining area.

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