Are you looking to upgrade your decor but do not want to change much or spend much? You must consider redoing your lighting fixtures just so that you can amp the look without actually spending a lot on revamping your entire home. Lighting has the potential to manipulate your home’s atmosphere. Each room in your home has a different lighting requirement and the current trend list caters to all the requirements in a sensible fashion.
While 2018 has not been a brand new year for lighting, there have been slight changes in designs and the fit of each type of lighting as per the mood a designer wants to set in the room and these notable trends are worth noticing.
We have put together a list of lighting trends for you so you can stay ahead in the planning game.
Clean cuts, rustic finishes and metallic textures are making a comeback like never before. Unlike the common industrial styles the modern version is more upgraded and can be called modern retro or upgraded industrial. The designs incorporate richer tones, sleeker metals and more urban designs.
Not too far behind is the homecoming of the metallic trend. It would be wrong to say that this trend did not already exist, however, it was limited to gold and silver and the latest trend has brought in hues of copper, bronze, brass, rose gold and the likes. The colour palette is refreshing and the designs have been modified in a contemporary fashion to suit urban needs.
This nostalgic style is too reminiscent to entirely let go off and so they have made a come back yet again this year. The designs are classic and in some cases opulent and make for great fixtures in large living rooms. The modern styles have begun to incorporate bright and rich hues of blues, greens and magentas that are a delightful addition.
Back in vogue are the classic and conventional tripod stand floors. However, the minimalist versions of this age old design is a treat to the eye and blends into a contemporary household seamlessly. With neat finishes and neutral colours, these lamps are downright functional yet stylish and uber cool.
We might have left the era of bulky chandeliers behind but we are not ready to bid them farewell altogether and so, many brands have been recreating the purpose of the style but in a more stylish fashion. Think pendant lamps in simple designs adding a night sky feel to a room, that is what we are talking about.
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