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.
While there is no shortage of images where you will see in-ground lights illuminating walkways we especially love this particular corridor that creates a cool indoor-outdoor interplay.
In-floor lighting in itself might not have the biggest visual impact indoors unless you are using the lights in darker spaces such as the home theater. A good combination of recessed ceiling and ground lighting is a far more sensible option in the grand dining room the living space or in those long winding corridors.
For those who are specifically looking for desk lamps you have to check out the ones sold by MartyBelkDesigns on Etsy. Not only do they have outlets for you to plug your laptop in they also come with working USB ports too!
Spotlights have the power to strategically illuminate a room. Whether you opt for directional spotlights on tracks the recessed variety or lighting mounted directly to the ceiling many options await you.
The Milk Lamp designed by Norm.Architects. Image © Norm.Architects. Grossman Gräshoppa floor lamp designed by Greta Grossman and first produced in 1947. Produced by Gubi. Image © Gubi A/S. Grossman Cobra floor lamp designed circa 1950 by Greta Grossman. Produced by Gubi. Image © Gubi A/S. Caravaggio wall light designed by Cecilie Manz. Image credit: Lightyears.