But this contemporary deck uses in-floor lights to fashion a refined ambiance that highlights the deck even while letting the city skyline view in the backdrop dominate. The gorgeous lights also seem to blend in with the glittering background turning the small contemporary deck into an absolute showstopper!
For a sleek approach consider recessed spotlights which appear as brilliant circles in the ceiling rather than protruding lights. They are effective illuminators with an understated modern look.
Always think about the context in which a light will be used – in an office a small nook or bedroom for example – alongside its capacity to impact positively on emotion and its ability to ‘light up’ body mind and soul.
Bellevue Floor Lamp AJ2 designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1929. Produced by &tradition. Image © &tradition. Copenhagen Pendent SC6 designed by Space Copenhagen. Produced by &tradition. Image © &tradition. Up lamp designed by Mattias Ståhlbom of TAF Architects. Produced by Muuto. Image © Muuto. Part of the Tribeca series designed by Søren Rose Studio. Image © Søren Rose Studio.
When brass meets hexagonal forms geo style comes alive. These Kline Hexagonal Pillar Candle Holders are also available in square and cylindrical styles. As you can see there’s power in numbers so don’t hesitate to display them in a group:
The spotlights in this next featured kitchen are white like the ceiling. The result is a light and airy feel that’s also well illuminated! Perfect for a culinary space with a tropical vibe.