Lighting for Small Spaces: Furnishing small spaces can be challenging, especially figuring out the lighting. Use too big a lighting fixture and it could give off too much light. Go too small and you might be living in the near dark. Layering small fixtures at strategic places within the room will help give a nice even lighting to a tight space.
This lovely swing arm lamp works perfectly in a small as it can be adjusted easily to read or for mood lighting.
Just because you have a small space doesn’t mean you can’t make a big statement. For example, this bedside table lamp seems large on its own, but put it in a tight corner and it works beautifully.
This room is quite large. However, the focus here should be on the possibilities of that incredible lamp/table combination. It would work well in a little living room between a chair and sofa.
Wall sconces in a tiny bathroom shed enough light without taking up much needed space.
Blink and you might miss them. These might just be the tiniest pendant lights I’ve ever seen. I bet they give a nice glow to the vanity area below.
This brilliantly colored living shows how successful a small room design can be when elements are layered.
I would love some of these Ostrich egg pendant lights on each side of my bed. Aren’t they just so sweet and perfect for small spaces?
A little galley kitchen has four light sources in one small space—the desk lamp by the door, then down to the counter top and a little red topped lamp, over to the hanging lights above the table and into the natural light.
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