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I have a question for the team .My house is generally open plan with the foyer ,dining rom and living room being part of the same open space. Should I use three chandeliers to highlight each space
Hi there, You're right lighting is the best way to establish different areas in one large space. Just keep the proportion appropriate. For example, you probably don't want 3 large chandeliers. Maybe mix it up with a chandelier and some pendants for the smaller areas.