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    we also use a chandelier for our dining room... it's not too bright but it can light up the place effectively.

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    We have a medium-sized chandelier that emits a yellow light that's not too bright.

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    dim lights are better for the dining area. you can also have a medium sized chandelier placed in the dining room

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    Something not too bright but still well lit

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    i think you should use lights that are not too bright

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    a bit brighter on dining area will be better

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    hmm. stick with brighter lights

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    candle light is better for dining.

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    a chandelier that's not too bright for me.. the one with a fan

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    that really sounds nice!

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    a chandelier that's not too bright for me

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    so many info.. thanks.

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    not too bright or too dim for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkleshoes View Post
    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.
    we're using this & it really provides good lighting

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    im a fan of ambient lighting. have a bright light then some ambient lights.

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