Living rooms tend to be the biggest spaces in the home, and as such need the most diverse sources of lighting. Chandeliers, pendants, table lamps, and floor lamps all have their role to play in making them shine. See how top talents used FLOS lighting to craft beautiful living spaces and also how they made a smaller (but no less effective) design statement in chic studies.
Elias Associates devised a powerhouse living space that mixes the traditional and the hyper-modern, with FLOS's 2097 Chandelier as the centerpiece.
Michele Safra Interiors used the iconic Arco floor lamp by Achille Castiglioni to illuminate this chic, neutral living space.
Placed by a wall of windows in this living room by Honsen Interiors, the IC Lights F2 Floor Lamp in Brass adds an extra dose of glam to this eclectic seating area.
In Neal Beckstedt's apartment, a Taccia table lamp adds a vintage-style touch atop the sideboard along the wall.
Banks Design Associates placed three Fucsia 1 lights over this dining table to augment the clean views from the living area of this waterfront home.
Rachel Reider Interiors used the SkyGarden pendant light to make a major design statement in this Boston living room.
In this Manhattan apartment, Fawn Galli paired Philippe Starck's Ktribe table lamp with a matching Ktribe floor lamp to create the living room's lighting scheme.
B Interior used the Captain Flint floor lamp to create a chic, minimalist living room for this apartment in New York's Chelsea neighborhood.
Judith Liegeois used a trio of AIM Lights to create this crisp, clean family study.
Achille Castiglioni's Toio floor lamp brings a kind of raw elegance to this traditional, wood-filled space by Glenn Gissler.
Lee Ledbetter & Associates crafted a charming study and library in this wood-beamed space, using FLOS's Taccia light on the tabletop.