We begin with the living room as this space is often the largest in the home. Lighting it can be a challenge so don’t hesitate to scatter ceiling-mounted spotlights throughout the room as shown below by a collection of Stonco CLD 1500 PAR 38 lampholders.
Most often used to illuminate landscape features they seem as effective indoors as they do outside. And today we have lined up a few fabulous inspirations that showcase the beauty of and how effective it can be when done with class and creativity.
Recessed ground lights in-floor lights or in-ground lights; no matter what you wish to call them they almost always end up being the showstoppers of any space they adorn. Highlighting architectural features pathways and creating a smart focal point with dramatic brilliance recessed ground lights turn even the most mundane room into a captivating and intriguing space.
Have you ever considered in-floor lighting for your bathroom? As unlikely as this might seem we would not be surprised if this becomes a common feature in the years to come! For starters the popularity of freestanding bathtubs means designs like the ones showcased below will only grow in number.
Nothing quite says industrial like some iron pipes which is exactly what these table lamps have been made from. Illuminology on Etsy is just one of the many shops where you can find some seriously interesting looking lamps.
Designed by Jonathan Browning the Cannele Linnear Chandelier represents sleek lighting at its finest. Featuring slim hurricanes and Edison bulbs the chandelier is a sculptural statement with a warm glow: