Illuminate your home with the lamps and bulbs that we have at Luminesy. You will find a wide variety of lighting products such as ceiling lamps, floor lamps, table lamps, desk lamps, bedside table lamps and wall lamps from some of the worlds best designers that will fascinate you.
101 Copenhagen Drop chandelier - 50s Danish modernism meets contemporary design The 101 Copenhagen Drop Chandelier is inspired by the 50s Danish Modernism. Using the nature inspired waterdrop shaped shades,...
101 Copenhagen Drop Bulb chandelier - 50s Danish modernism meets contemporary design The 101 Copenhagen Drop Bulb Chandelier is inspired by the 50s Danish Modernism. Using the nature inspired spring...
a-emotional light Nevo Pendant Light - One of-a-kind warmth The Nevo pendant light, part of the eponymous a-emotional light collection by Arturo Alvarez, showcases the remarkable flexibility of painted stainless...
Whatever design theme your home project is filed under, the right light will transform any space into the perfect abode. Explore our selection of designs to fit any decorative style, including Scandinavian or retro-inspired, mid-century modern. If you enjoy the benefits of energy efficiency in your home, take a look at our collection of eco-friendly lighting made from recycled and sustainable materials, as well as fixtures using the latest in LED technology.
Lighting design is an important yet often overlooked subject when it comes to designing a space. Great lighting creates depth and height, cosy spots, and draws attention to your most important areas. It's all about the balance of light and shade and bringing new energy to an interior.
Lighting can be divided into many categories - but the most common types are ambient lighting, task lighting, accent lighting, and mood lighting.
Each lighting category has its purpose - for example, task lighting provides light for the performance of certain tasks like studying, work, cooking, or any number of other activities, while ambient lighting (also known as general lighting) is used to uniformly brighten up a space.
It is important to use all types of lighting in combination with each other to create the most warm and welcoming space possible.
- Always keep in mind the functionality of each room. Lighting needs to be chosen with respect to what the room is being used for
- Consider how lighting will work together with the type of furniture.. Certain furniture pieces will require specific lighting
- Consider dimming. A light intensity regulator (also known as a dimmer system) allows the user to regulate the lighting intensity, therefore, creating a more responsive light.
- maintain uniformity in terms of color and intensity. Sudden changes in lighting color (warm/cold) and brightness can result in irritation, stress, and eye fatigue. That being said, if used correctly, choosing different brightness lamps can help create different atmospheres for the part of the room, for example, a more dim and warm floor lamp next to a sofa creates a relaxed and cozy atmosphere, while on the other side of the room, you can use a more cold and bright desk lamp to create a more productive office desk space. It is all about planning.