The Marble Light with marble floor weight designed by Studio Vit. Produced by &tradition. Image © &tradition. Elements designed by Note. Image © Note Design Studio. Growlight designed by Hallgeir Homstvedt. Image © Hallgeir Homstvedt. w153 Île designed by Inga Sempé. Produced by Wästberg. Image © Wästberg.
The manner in which light is applied will have an impact upon the warmth of a space its atmosphere and personality. In achieving a cozy Nordic feel it is best to choose lighting with an affable form and disposition.
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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.
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.
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!