Arcadian Lighting presents: Interiors For Seniors

Views expressed in this post are not my own but those of guest post by Arcadian Lighting:

Hi! I’m Joanna, a writer for Arcadian Lighting, a go-to source for ceiling lights, chandeliers, and light fixtures of every style and finish. Today, I’ll be sharing with you some tips for creating a home you love and enjoy spending your time in. While safety concerns should be addressed first, the fun part comes when you can start making your space as beautiful as it is functional.

Interiors for Seniors

Choose colors you love and you’ll enjoy your living room so much more. This space features natural hues of blue, green and taupe which are soothing and welcoming. Consider lighting like the floor lamps here for plenty of light for reading and other activities.

Interiors for Seniors

Create a dining room intimate enough for daily use yet large enough to entertain family and friends. Comfortable chairs, such as these upholstered ones, should be a priority. You might want to forgo the rug under the table for ease of getting in and out of your seat.

Interiors for Seniors

When decorating the bedroom think about using soft hues which promote relaxation. The apricot color is lovely in this space. A bench at the foot of the bed or ottoman will give you a place to comfortably put on footwear. Ample lighting above and beside the bed is a must for reading in bed.

Interiors for Seniors

This kitchen shows a nice contrast between light and dark elements which can actually help delineate surfaces for your eyes. An island is an important feature to allow for ample workspace. Lighting fixtures should be located at strategic work areas. A pot filler at the stove enables filling heavy cookware safely.

Interiors for Seniors

White in the bathroom is quite lovely. Think of decorating this space to go with the style throughout the rest of the home. Lever faucets add ease of operation at the sink, bath and tub. There are many pretty faucets available to fit this requirement. If room allows, add a chair or bench.

Interiors for Seniors

A space of one’s own should be a priority no matter if it is a craft or art room or a home office. You’ll enjoy the space so much and can decorate it just the way you like it. This office shows it just takes one little corner to set up “me” space if you are short on square footage. If not, take the spare room for yourself!

Interiors for Seniors

This dressing room shows how nice it is to have a place for everything and everything in its place. Be sure to set shelves and rods at a level that is in comfortable reach. If the room is big enough add a little vanity in a corner for primping.

Interiors for Seniors

Lighting should be at the top of the list when decorating any room. This space has overhead lighting, table lamps and wall sconces which is ample for any activity. There are so many lighting choices available, you’ll be able to find products that are as beautiful as they are functional. Images 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8

What do you think of these interior spaces? Please leave us some comments below, and be sure to visit Arcadian Lighting for more wall sconces, pendant lights, and other lighting fixtures and inspirations for your home!

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