Myth 1: The living room must be bright
In the general interior design, the living room is always with a large and bright chandelier or ceiling lamp as the main lamp, and with a variety of other auxiliary lamp decorations, such as: wall lights, tube lights, shooting lights and so on. However, such a setup often leads to waste of resources. Especially in small units, in fact, there is no need to adhere to the installation of complex lighting pool, lighting settings simple and practical.

Myth 2: the top of the table must be very bright.
The most basic principle of indoor dining environment lighting is: lighting and indoor environment style harmonization. If there is enough light around the table, it is not necessary to install lamps directly above the table. Of course, it is now more popular to have decorative chandeliers on the dining table. The purpose is not necessarily used for lighting, mainly for decoration.

Myth 3: Brightness is not divided
The function of each space in the home is different, and the requirements for illumination intensity are different. Generally speaking, the living room, study and other space than the brightness of the bedroom, terrace and other space is relatively strong, and bedroom remember not too bright, this is more in line with the rules of rest.

Myth 4: Turn on the light on one side of the TV wall to reduce light and dark contrast to protect the eyes
Some families install spotlights on the side of the TV wall. When watching TV, they only turn on the lights on the side of the TV wall. Such a practice is counterproductive, not only affecting the audio-visual experience, but also detrimental to the health of the eyes.

Myth 5: Soft and dim lights make people feel comfortable.
When using soft lighting in larger areas, we should pay attention to choosing soft lighting with certain brightness.