There is many different aspects of interior lighting, from the practical lighting with spotlights and pendants to Recessed linear lighting allowing you to transform your home into a modern work of art! This page is all about giving you ideas and explaining the different concepts to help you chose the right interior lighting for your property!
LED tape lighting is the most versatile form of lighting on the market with a product suitable for every installation. Basic 12v LED tape can be stuck directly to most surfaces with its adhesive backing but more powerful 12v and 24v LED tape is advised to be installed in Aluminium profile to dissipate the heat of the tape giving it a longer life span which is usually suggested to last between 30,000 and 50,000 hours
I couldn’t possibly list all the uses for this product as it has no limits but throughout the our website you will see many of its applications including kitchen unit lighting, wardrobe lighting, display lighting, shadow lighting and ceiling wash lighting, to name a few!
Pendant lights come in many shapes and sizes from the standard plastic pendant where you fit a lamp shade of choice, or a pendant dropping down from the ceiling hovering over your dining table at head height, to the massive statement chandelier.
Choosing the right pendant for the space is no easy task there is so much to take into consideration and everything must all come together to make it work. Size, Drop, Style, Colour, fabric, metal, glass, crystal, with the market being so vast there is the right light for every space but finding can be a challenge, If you find a light that tics most boxes but not all, there is sometimes modifications that can be made to make it work so bare that in mind.
The most common form of picture lighting is the traditional extended wall light but in some cases like in a new build home its hard to determine exactly where the picture will be, what size the picture will be, and what height. meaning that to actually get the wall light in the right place isn’t easy unless the client know exactly what’s going where. In some cases A brilliant alternative to the wall light is the scoop downlight it can be fitted in the area of which the client thinks the might have a painting, mirror, or even a standing piece of art and scooped down out the ceiling and angled to focus on the piece or if the client decides not to put anything in the area just push it up flush to the ceiling leaving a tidy finish.
Ceiling wash lighting is an LED tape hidden by a housing at the same pitch as the ceiling.
It is a great way to give indirect lighting in a room taking the glare off your eyes.
Best used in a room with high ceilings or a ceiling with feature to wash up and fill the room with a warm glow. We have found it to be a go to alternative when the more traditional decorative pendants are unpractical in a room or don’t fit in with the minimal crisp décor. however it also works well along with other lights in a room mainly being used as a back ground lighting as its set back to a warm glow to give a cosy mood lighting effect.
Bespoke light fittings
What I’m referring to by bespoke light fittings is where a light fitting is created rather than purchased. We have taken on a few bespoke light fitting jobs over the years from old milk jugs found in a barn turned in to fantastic handing pendants, to large candle sticks transformed into table lamps. It can be a brilliant way to bring a theme into a room or match other surrounding objects.
Wall lights are back in high demand!
There’s loads of new wall light concepts on the market from takes on the older style protruding out the wall with shades, to crisp clean finishes sitting back against the wall or even recessed into the wall and more extreme concepts with beams of light being shot across the walls.
Wall lights can make a brilliant feature in any room!
Spotlights are the most common form of domestic lighting and can be seen as a very basic and boring form of lighting compared to more existing modern lighting concepts. However, spotlights will always have a stronghold in domestic lighting with being relatively cheap to install and vast variation of styles from totally flush plaster in spotlights to standout rectangular spotlights giving the ability fit in with most design concepts in a room. but spotlights don’t have to just fit in with design concepts they can actually be used to create some lovely effects in lighting design especially when a series of spots are positioned close to a wall where you see the shape of light the beam washing down a wall meeting at the same point creating a lovely arching effect.
Recessed LED tape
Recessed LED lighting is one of the most versatile forms of lighting on the modern market. Made up from an Aluminium housing which comes in many variations and whatever LED tape is suited to the installation.
Recessed LED lighting can be installed in Driveways, Paths, Decking, In the floor, Plastered into the walls, Plastered into the ceiling or recessed into tiles in a bathroom!
This product really has no limits!
Linear LED lighting
Linear LED lighting
Linear lighting is a relatively new lighting concept made up of LED tape installed in aluminium profile which is either suspended from a ceiling or recessed into a wall, ceiling or floor for a seamless finish.
Linear lighting can be transformed into a true work of art with the rite design!
Shadow lighting is where a recess is created mainly around the perimeter of a dropped ceiling, bottom of a wall, bottom of a bath panel, or around a feature fireplace. the recess is lit using LED tape.
It is a real up and coming lighting concept in high demand and has a great but shuttle impact on a room with the light being so indirect and hidden it blends in fantastically with any surroundings and works very well as a warm drop back light when relaxing in a hot bath or chilling out in the lounge with the fire on watching the TV.