Take a look at the neat lighting effect this staircase from Homedit creates between each step and even on the side walls. These chunkier stairs featured on Arch Daily make it easier to create more of a soft glow than a bright impression with lighting strips.
In this dining room featured on InteriorDesign.net lighting pendants are hung at different lengths from the ceiling for a really cool “water drop” effect. In this kitchen the pendants take inspiration from the bubble look with large custom-made blown glass for the counter and dining area.
In designs made using wood we often find years of time-honoured craftsmanship where objects are imbued with integrity and simplicity their form perhaps traditional or assuming a modern aesthetic.
At its best wooden design is pared back and understated tactile and pure having little fuss or embellishment. Wood provides a level of balance that is lacking in much of today’s consume and throwaway society. With wood we find urbanity and homeliness vitality and quietude longevity and sustainability.
FreshHome featured these amazing staircases with Luxo Light Insertions which wrap the lighting around the entire midsection of each step. The result is enough to take your breath away.
Check out these neat-looking lights from Super Modular. A great alternative if you want just a very subtle lighting solution. Here’s a staircase in a cabin featured on Small House Bills that has small lights along the side wall for every other step.