Are you looking for some new lighting? We have found some contemporary lighting that you may not have thought about buying.
When it comes to lightshades anything goes! Designers are bringing out all kinds of materials like metal, basketry, wire and even wood.
In a lot of lighting you will see groups of shades together enabling more light for a room and to create a statement. Clustered lights are also used as part of the décor, like an ornament so they may not give off as much light.
The thing that cannot be avoided with lighting are the wires, there is no escaping them and it can be hard to hide them. Designers are using this to their advantage by having long wired lights, normally associated with builders lights, and wrapping or entwining them around things to create a new kind of light fitting.
For a modern vibe geometric lights are the way to go. Being so versatile, this trend can easily be fitted into many different room schemes.
Chandeliers have always been a firm favourite throughout the eras. Looking spectacular in any room, choose from the traditional styles or some of the more contemporary designs.
Make your celling light your main feature above your dining table. Chandeliers were used in this way for a grand centre piece and to fill those large rooms. Although chandeliers are being used in more places than just the dining room. Go large and hang your chandelier in your hallway, or if you have a twisting staircase make a feature of the negative space flowing down the centre.
Everyone is loving the Moroccan trends, having the feeling of that luxurious holiday lifestyle in your own home. The beautiful thing about Moroccan lighting is the projections it creates when turned on. See the delicate patterns bouncing onto the walls and ceilings, giving an added depth to your room. This trend brings everything down a level, tables and sofas are lower and cushions get scattered on the floor along with decorative rugs. Lanterns are placed on the floor or going up the stairs to make some cosy mood lighting.
Led lights are a cheap way of creating mood lighting. They can be found anywhere and come in a variety of styles. Drape them over a bed or have a full wall, they also work very well with sheers to in keep the light and soft look.