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.
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.
A clean home is a happy home – or so the old adage goes. For those of us who can’t stand the sight of a coffee ring on a countertop or a speck of pet hair on the sofa a clean home also translates into personal happiness and a reduced stress level. However even the most militant of clean freaks often forget one important spot: light fixtures.
But don’t think that all neon kitchens are limited to one shade. White green and even red appear when you least expect them to! Check out the images below for ideas on how to incorporate “shimmering neon lights” into your kitchen…
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.
We now turn our attention to neon lighting that shows up where you least expect it. In fact sometimes the best way to include neon lighting in a room is to have it emanating from a nearby source. In the next image neon lighting under the stairs adds life to this modern kitchen. Blue is the perfect choice for a space that is bathed in warm golden tones.