The latest trends in home lighting design | Home & Garden


The Gotham wall mount and Happy wall mount on the left are part of the Regina Andrew Detroit collection.

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Etsy’s trend expert, Dayna Isom Johnson, believes that there is growing interest in “statement lighting,” with sculptural pendants, outstanding candlesticks, and fashionable shades with lots of amazing elements. She further cites a search for 70’s lamps, novelty lights, vintage fixtures and colorful pieces.

Statement lighting “allows people to spotlight their homes while also serving as eye-catching artwork,” she says.

Lighting fixture designers are creative with materials such as textiles, porcelain, glass, cloth, paper and metal.

Some statement lighting has a cosmic atmosphere. The constellation style is an LED stick arranged to suggest a starry sky and is offered in large and small configurations.

The Crescent Collection of British designer Reebroom was also hung by a bisected, illuminated acrylic ball to reveal the interior of the brass, as if the space station of the future had opened the door. Lighting is included. Bloom’s Eclipse fixture fuses an acrylic circle with a mirrored circle so that the two moons meet.

Peter Bowles, who runs the original BTC with his son Charlie, was one of the first people to use bone china in the design of lampshades in Oxfordshire, England over 30 years ago.

“The potter he approached was initially crazy because he only made tableware and similar products, and didn’t use lighting,” says Charlie Bowles.

But he says something special happens when the material encounters light.

“Bone china looks pure white when fired, but gives off a warm, soft glow when lit,” he says. “Despite its challenge and reputation for being awkward ceramics, the end result speaks for itself. It’s versatile, fun to design, the light it produces is calm and has a positive effect on the mood. May give. “

This year, the studio is an elegant ceiling fixator made up of shards, a circular chandelier of handmade tiles, and dozens of bone china, polished like river rocks and fixed to form a sort of mineral cocoon. Introduced Pebble.

Arteriors has a collection of pendants made from materials such as wooden beads, raffia and plant fibers. For example, a pendant called Yana was inspired by a traditional thatched roof. The brown rattan fringe creates a playful, textured fixture that hangs on an antique brass chain. Gemai’s table lamps have a charcoal-colored base made from rice stone, which is fine gravel. The stacked asymmetrical forms create the groovy atmosphere of the 70’s.



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