If that’s the case, you can always opt for a floor lamp. There are numerous types of styles that you can choose from. In this case, you could opt for the one which points a general light in an upward direction, but also comes with an arm that point the light downwards. Like this, you have saved space, provided general light as well as task lighting.#1 The Composition and the Room: This is a great place to start. There are certain types of compositions that are best fitted to certain rooms. For example, when I think of the kitchen I think of fruits and vegetables, chefs, wine bottles, etc. When i think of the bedroom I think passion, softness and perhaps botanical, like a large rose picture. When i consider the bathroom I might visualize images that portray a clean, fresh, good smelling idea. Yes, it is ideal when the images we choose help the mood of the room. Another consideration with composition involves the application of more than one image in an area. When several pictures carry a common theme a very different feel is given to the room.If you are a reader, then a table lamp that is at the optimum height to provide the light you need is a necessity. Without it, you would be straining your eyes. And obviously, the light that is given from it must be pointing down to some degree at your reading material.#3 Space: This aspect can be tricky. Say, for example, you have a space above your stove that is a foot and a half tall by four feet wide. It could be hard to find one image to fill this space. However, you could use three images of a similar genre. I might choose three 8 x 10 sized images of grapes placed vertically. Another challenging space might be a very large sized wall or a room with a vaulted ceiling. A grouping of images often does the trick in both of these situations. I have also seen very large prints, 4 x 8 feet tall and larger, put to good effect. Art this large is proportionately more expensive, of course. Another option is to use a single image broken up into several gallery wrapped canvases spaced apart to cover a large area.