The Art of Lighting

Selecting the correct lighting to finish a room can be a daunting task and one that should not be taken lightly. A common mistake is picking the wrong size of lighting that is not relative to the size of the room.

There can only be a finite number of attraction points within the interior design of a room. Primary attractions (fireplaces, architrave, cornice etc) should be intrinsic to the property/space and should highlight key characteristics. Secondary attractions consist of lighting and furnishings.

The starting point of any chandelier shopping expedition should involve identifying the amount of ceiling space that is to be occupied by the lighting and how it will be centred in the room. The choice of crystal, coloured glass, or metal will compliment the finish of any build. Increasingly a number of bold colours are being used to give Edwardian/Georgian builds a twist by Moorish designs.

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