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.
For a tried and true favorite you can’t go wrong with the sweet look of hanging mason jar candle holders. They’re a snap to make but if you feel like you need help getting started Darby Smart can send you all of the supplies and instructions you need in a handy kit.
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.
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.
Good lighting is indispensable to any interior and yet it is frequently underrated even dismissed. The human need for comfort warmth sanctuary and security will not be addressed by the ineffective nature of poorly chosen lighting.
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.