When it comes to pendant lighting possibilities pay attention to the type and style of furniture featured in the room. If muted colors and shades abound in your space it may pay to go big and bold with the lighting or you may choose to play it cool and sleek with an understated yet modern piece in silver or clear. Don’t assume that contemporary shades are only for contemporary rooms. There’s nothing more powerful than a modern statement in an unexpected place!
Its simple and uncomplicated form means that you can hook it up and move it around as you please. The unique shape of the floor lamp also makes it as much an art installation as a lighting fixture.
Any bathroom needs a proper mirror lighting to satisfy the demanding lady of the house and not only. It is a common made mistake to light the mirror from above through a strip light. Downlights usually make a person look weary and tired especially if there is no other light on to counter this effect.
We can’t take our eyes off the striped neon lighting the next image which serves as a key feature in this kitchen designed by Toby Zack. White is an interesting choice for this ultra bright space. Sometimes monochromatic is the way to go don’t you think?!
If your garden includes a small pond you can install small bollard lamps on the shore or even better ball-or blob shaped lamps that lie directly on the ground like glowing rocks. All the lamps used in this area have to be waterproof.
Children need to be stimulated visually and creatively way more than adults. They are more sensitive and susceptible to their environment than grown-ups. Thus just like carefully planning the future furniture of our children and choosing their clothes we need to pay attention to the light installation in their rooms.