The essential functions for adequate lighting in a room are many. A correct lighting animates the space, makes the room more beautiful, enhances objects and creates optical illusions, leaving less interesting points in the shade. If you want to illuminate a house, and especially a living room, there are many design rules: in the living area it is necessary to keep in mind that the structure of its plant occurs on several levels alternating direct, indirect and semi-indirect light beams. In this room there has to be at least one outlet for each wall, with an average of one outlet every three meters, in addition to those required to power the TV and computer. Moreover it is important to place a switch on one each wall in order to control the accesses to the room. In this way it would be possible to place floor lamps where you need them. If you want to properly illuminate a living room you need at least from 5000 to 7000 lumens to be distributed between diffused light, direct light and localized lights arranged on furniture, tables and shelves. We start with a chandelier and then gradually climb. In this corner of the house you can be use floor lamps, ceiling chandeliers with adjustable spotlights andon a fixed base or sliding on their support, lamps suspended above low tables placed in a corner, they reflect the reflected light, the solutions are many.