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Arc Floor Lamp
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Milk Glass Floor Lamp
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Bent Neck Task Floor Lamp
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Black and Gold Table Lamp
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White Fur Floor Lamp
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Rittman Chandelier
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Antique Wood Floor Lamp
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Ice Table Lamp
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Arc Floor Lamp
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Dining Room Lighting

Bring warmth to your dining room by adding lighting to the space. Adding a chandelier over the dining table will light up the faces of your guests without overpowering the atmosphere of the room. Supplement the chandelier with standing floor lamps or table lamps to help add a subtle glow throughout the room without relying on the often harsh illumination from recessed lighting. If there are end tables or sideboards in your dining room, try placing a table lamp or two on the empty surfaces to add depth to your dining room decor. The lamp designs should complement your dining room furniture, not overwhelm it.

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