When choosing lighting, consider the mood you want to create and the tasks performed in the room. Then choose the appropriate fixtures in a style that complements your decor. Most rooms are used for multiple activities, and the right fixture can help you define zones. In a family room for example, a reading lamp with an opaque shade placed next to a chair targets light for someone reading, while keeping the rest of the room darker for those watching TV.
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