The design of a house cannot be imagined without the appropriately selected lighting fixtures. Lamps are needed not only to illuminate the room, but also for the general surroundings and a holistic picture. The interior is closely intertwined with shades of light that create the atmosphere of the whole house. For example, if you have a general “Loft” style, then, naturally, you need lamps that are wider and longer. But at the same time, not too bright. They seem to emphasize the scale of industrial areas, but also leave twilight and a mystery.
Another thing is when it comes to the Renaissance style, which needs lighting in every corner of the room. A person should see the splendor of ornate forms and curly molding of ceilings. Everything sparkles and glows. Here attention is directed to the panorama of the interior. If in “Loft” it highlights one bright component, which, by the way, can be a lamp, then in the classic interior there are a lot of details, nuances and transitions. Lamps in a similar style have one of the most important roles. They are designed not only to emphasize, but also to create volume.
If we take into account the “Modern Classic”, which is very well shown in the Guy Ritchie film “The Gentlemen”, then we notice that this style favors medium brightness lighting. Lamps are not too pompous, but made of good materials. Restraint and rigor – these are the main criteria of the era of Victorian England. Everything is even here and nothing clearly stands out, but it creates an indescribable atmosphere. You can play with light both in the direction of accentuation in a certain area, and in the direction of twilight. The style itself suggests some understatement and a mystery that lies in the depths. But at the same time, “Modern Classics” is respectable and aristocratic. Therefore, the lamps in the house should not be defiant. The light from them is slightly muffled, and the design is restrained and strict.
The general tendencies towards simplification, free-thinking, harmony of space and a large amount of light, determined the norms of lighting in the style of “Minimalism”. It should be as close to natural daylight as possible. At the same time – diffuse, filling the space, but not forming sharp contrasting shadows. Lighting fixtures – the minimum number so as not to overload the space. For this reason, elements of hidden lighting are becoming widespread: lamps for steps, ice tapes, dots, and so on. It is permissible to install more than two identical devices arranged according to the principle of symmetry. In studio apartments, it is effective to use suspensions that are not located in the middle of the ceiling, like classic chandeliers, but shifted towards the functional areas. This immediately sets the right accents.
Proper lighting can solve the problem of a small space, focus on the strengths of the environment, adjust the composition of the space and maintain a given style.
Light is an important component of “Minimalism”, lamps in it can be not only functional, but also play the role of decorative elements. Although the style suggests clarity and functionality, without unnecessary details, but without decor at all, the space will seem too empty. Therefore, it is better to use original lamps with an unusual shape that attract the eye and work as an independent accent. LED devices, original lamps and nightlights fit this definition. The technology of artificial crystals allows you to give the lighting devices any, even the most fantasy form, leaving the functionality at a high level.
Any of the above design projects has its own distinctive features and features that are unique to it. But they are similar in one thing: they cannot do without good lamps that emphasize their uniqueness. Only light reveals all the charms of this or that interior!