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Super essential yet totally understated and often even forgotten - lights. But why is it, that this crucial ingredient to any interior is so often neglected? After all, well-lit areas attract attention and are needed to complete daily activities such as cooking, working from home, reading a book or simply getting yourself into the right mood. It’s time to invest in some good lighting for your home and completely change the way you feel at home. From the bedroom to the bathroom, living room to the hallway, we’ve got you covered. Browse through our selection of floor lamps, wall lamps, pendant lighting, chandeliers and ceiling lights and find the perfect fit to illuminate and upgrade your home in style.
Let’s start with the basics. Before you rush to finding the perfect lamp shade for your hallway or bedroom, take some time to consider the source of lighting you actually need. After all, different types of lights attempt to solve one problem: setting the right mood. To do so, you have to understand the three basic types of lighting usually seen in a home: ambient, task and accent lights. What’s the difference you ask?
As the name suggests, ambient lighting is used to create an ambience in a given room. To set the mood right, think of using basic lighting fixtures such as chandeliers, track lights and other ceiling lights. Task light, on the other hand, is more concentrated and illuminates a particular focal, such as your bathroom, the desk or the kitchen counters. Common types of task lights include pendant lights, table or desk lamps and under-cabinet lighting. And finally, there is accent light. Used to highlight a specific feature in your home, this type of lighting will also add some serious style and drama. Common types of accent light include wall lights, spotlights, recessed lights and even candlelight. Don’t just go for one but instead combine all three types for a good lighting design and illuminate any area, according to function and style. Ready to start shopping?