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The right lighting choices can really make a room look its best and choosing the right lights and shades does not have to be expensive. Whether it’s a contemporary chandelier for the dining room or a soft and traditional fabric lampshade for the bedroom, finding the perfect style is easy with such low prices.

Using glass chandeliers and lampshades with beading details can be a simple way to add drama to a room, whether in the bedroom or the living areas. Clear and coloured glass pieces sparkle when the light is turned on, but will also remain an attractive and interesting focal piece even in natural light conditions. This is perfect for daytime living areas, where the electric lights are not always in use.

Suede and cotton are soft choices perfectly suited to bedrooms and areas with a softer tone, like children’s play spaces. These can be shaped in modern cubes or more traditional tapered styles, to suit the other decor selections and the overall design scheme. It’s important to make sure that the shape of the central overhead lampshade is co-ordinated to the shades on any lamps in the space, too.

In living areas, choosing location specific lighting can create a flexible space with multiple moods. Use cheap lamps to create brighter lighting for reading areas, or to highlight artworks or mantelpieces to great effect. This is a trick the professionals use, to create sophisticated lighting. Alternatively, choose ornamental lights shaped like trees or decorative twigs to highlight selected areas of the room.

The right lighting choices can really make a room look its best and choosing the right lights and shades does not have to be expensive. Whether it’s a contemporary chandelier for the dining room or a soft and traditional fabric lampshade for the bedroom, finding the perfect style is easy with such low prices.

Using glass chandeliers and lampshades with beading details can be a simple way to add drama to a room, whether in the bedroom or the living areas. Clear and coloured glass pieces sparkle when the light is turned on, but will also remain an attractive and interesting focal piece even in natural light conditions. This is perfect for daytime living areas, where the electric lights are not always in use.

Suede and cotton are soft choices perfectly suited to bedrooms and areas with a softer tone, like children’s play spaces. These can be shaped in modern cubes or more traditional tapered styles, to suit the other decor selections and the overall design scheme. It’s important to make sure that the shape of the central overhead lampshade is co-ordinated to the shades on any lamps in the space, too.

In living areas, choosing location specific lighting can create a flexible space with multiple moods. Use cheap lamps to create brighter lighting for reading areas, or to highlight artworks or mantelpieces to great effect. This is a trick the professionals use, to create sophisticated lighting. Alternatively, choose ornamental lights shaped like trees or decorative twigs to highlight selected areas of the room.