Armacost’s LED tape light is an easy and affordable way to add efficient lighting underneath kitchen cabinets inside bookcases and beneath mirrors and wall-mounted art. The tape can be cut to size at home with regular scissors and allows you to achieve a futuristic effect that looks much more expensive than it actually is.
What do you think about chandeliers in the bathroom? It’s a bit of a controversial design trend in some ways due to certain requirements that need to be met regarding bathroom lighting that’s safe enough to use around all that water and steam. If you can make it work safely then it certainly is a great idea.
The great thing about blown glass pendants is that they’re all so unique and no two really look exactly the same. Check out the beautiful look you can get from pairing pendants of different shapes and colors like these selections by Mark Douglass featured on The Design Files.
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.
When in doubt about hanging it directly above the tub a chandelier can still look fabulous hanging from the very center of the room. Check out the first selection below which makes use of an island for extra counter space and is positioned directly beneath the chandelier. The next one even takes advantage of the vaulted ceilings by hanging a white chandelier with crystals to really complement the rest of the decor.
Perhaps one of the easiest ways to add lighting to your staircase without a total overhaul is by using small lights along walls on the sides. These lights featured on Hative actually look like tiny twinkling stars.