For many design studios conceiving and creating new lighting designs is a part of their daily bread and butter. With advances in technology and material application continue to thrive. The following lights are recent examples of innovative lighting ideas.
A living room is a place of socializing relaxing spending time with your family laughing and simply as the name suggests living. If you want to make your living room feel exhilarating and alive don’t hold back on the neon lights – especially if they come in a form of a witty or personal sign displaying words of wit and wisdom!
Whether you prefer quality family time under the setting sun or are more of a party animal who keeps going till dawn the next day outdoor lighting becomes an important part of this inviting and entertaining area. And what better way to set the mood than beautiful !
We already alluded to the fact that lighting fixtures in modern time shave gone way beyond being just a source of illumination. They are a great way in which you can usher in visual and textural contrast break the monotony brought in by the excessive use of simple straight lines and add something unique to a mundane contemporary home.
Pendants and floor lamps in various shapes and sizes can everything ranging from a complex geometric pattern to a simple sphere that makes a big impact! A classic that never fails is the series of Akari Light Sculptures from Isamu Noguchi. If the classics do not do the trick then try out something trendier.
This is precisely what the next section offers with lamps that vary from the stunning hand blown glass delights of the SkLO: LIT collection to the industrial table lamps from dizainar that also usher in a touch of steampunk!
The outdoor lantern need not always be hung from the pergola structure or a giant tree and they make an equally big impact when simply placed on the ground in a careful and curated fashion.
We end today’s post with a series of statement lights that serve as handy focal points. For a dramatic effect in the corner as shown by this blue lighting statement from Beckwith Interiors:
Neon lights have the full capacity to blend in with the environment you put them in. They don’t have to be too crazy if you don’t wish them to be and can work really well with a subtle tender decor. A beautiful example is this tiny working corner by Electric Confetti.
Oh la la indeed! This dining room by Inside Out wouldn’t be what it is without the bright magenta neon sign breaking the stream of white decor adding some much needed color into the room! A darker dining corner is the perfect territory for neon lights! Creating a pub-like atmosphere it is a truly inspiring cozy space to dine in! See it up close at Apartment Therapy.
It’s that time of the year again when life moves from indoors to the world outside and most of us are trying to find new excuses to enjoy the sights and sounds of summer and the months ahead. Of course this means plenty of time on the porch or balcony and maybe a lazy evening surrounded by your beautiful garden or small courtyard and its tranquility.
If you work from home or just like to have a creative space set up you know that staying inspired is the key. There’s something about these fluorescent lights against a plain white wall that ignite the innovative energy! Picture by Urban Outfitters.
The lights are an essential part of every room; whether they are the defining factor in setting the mood or just part of the decoration they have the superpower of bringing the best out of a room.
allows you to arrange the perfect vignette for your interior. The COLLECT Lighting shown below (from ferm LIVING) is available in a variety of shapes and colors so you can create your own lighting solution.
Inspired by a trip to Copenhagen’s famous Tivoli Gardens amusement park the Cirque pendants are a quirky departure from Louis Poulsen’s classic creations. Uniting a vibrant design with irregular hues Cirque is a lively lamp that exudes personality and charm. Cirque is made of aluminium and available in three colour combinations and three sizes.