A common mistake that most of us commit here is to use too many in-floor lights which turns the lovely living room or the hallway into a less attractive ‘airline runway-style’ setting. Avoid this mistake by being more frugal with recessed ground lights and spacing them out sensibly.
Spotlights in the kitchen can shed some light on your cooking endeavors and they have the power to shape the look of the space. For example below we see spotlights on tracks and they add an industrial feel to the room.
En Salmón Mostaza is a newly established design studio headquartered in Barcelona. With its Ophelia lamp users are able to create an atmosphere to suit their mood by adjusting the rotatable screens. A simple yet wholly effective concept.
When brass meets hardware the result is a fresh take on the functional. RH Modern offers an array of sink faucets drawer pulls and other hardware options in brass. Get creative. Be bold. And don’t be afraid to throw in a little marble to play up the sleek factor:
Layers of crystal and glass come together to form the Luciano Chandelier a piece that evokes the elegance of 1920s French Deco style. A modern take on the waterfall pendant:
You can also mount spotlights to ceiling beams and trusses for added drama as shown in the expansive living area below. Don’t fret if you’re conflicted about mounting lights directly to your ceiling.