Lighting can be a good solution for small spaces this Christmas. We give you some minimal, non-invasive lighting techniques that will make the house look bigger and brighter. Use these lighting ideas to decorate your home this upcoming Christmas.
Using light stands in the corners can make the illusion of the house looking bigger. Lampstands or tall lights or sconce lamps can be used to enhance the corners during Christmas. According to interior experts, one can light up the corners during Christmas with ambient lighting source.
To make your main hall look bigger during Christmas, use a hanging centre-piece. It is important to use pendant hanging lights or mini chandeliers. According to interior experts, a centrepiece will make the house look bigger and wider. It is suggested to paint the walls of the house in a lighter or muted tone, which will complement the lights.
One can light up the tree with mini light sources. For enhancement, one can use a big mirror at the back of the tree. This will separate the tree from the backdrop. This trick can make even a small tree look bigger and better.
Tall lights can be used in the hallways to emphasise on the connecting spaces during Christmas. Hallways have excellent vertical space which can be decorated with mistletoes and red, white candies. Mini lights can be used to set a holiday mood.
Using focus lights in the gallery for the Christmas lamps can be an easy way to light up the gallery space. One can use string lights or LED frames to decorate a small gallery space. A gallery can also be decked up using bulb style string lights.