For those who follow interior design closely the ‘Rule of Threes’ is something pretty familiar and basic. In case you haven’t heard of it yet it simply states that any design element needs to be repeated three times to pull off both visual impact and balance.
Speaking of cove lighting the blue lighting in this colorful kitchen featuring Mal Corboy cabinets is an important accent in key places. One such area: high on the wall near the ceiling. The effect: the creation of a blue outline that complements the pink cabinetry to create a uniquely colorful space.
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.
The world of fashion and design move forward at a rapid pace and that inherently means that what is considered ‘in’ today can fade out pretty quickly. That is precisely why incorporating a ‘timeless’ décor of furniture items into your home’s design is such an essential part of ‘going green’.
Most of the floor lamps that can double as table lamps are smart objects and small art pieces. They can be easily recognized: they provide reading light when set up on a desk or night table ambient light when dimmed sometimes with a color filter and vary in many original shapes. It is very very cozy and calming to sleep with such a light on even if you have passed childhood and teen age heed what I say.
First rule to apply is different light positions for different functions and situations. Although we do not take down the central ceiling lamp completely its role is diminished in a modern lighting scheme.