4 Unique Lighting Ideas for the Home

There’s so much that you can do with your home lighting that it’s almost a crime to leave it looking dull and drab. Roll up your sleeves! Break out the catalogues! There are endless ways to do something exciting with your lights, and here are just four ideas.

1. Fun Lamps

Lamps come in all shapes and sizes, so there’s really no excuse to be using boring oval shades on top of plain, unadorned stands. Think outside of the box with funky lamps that have been picked up from thrift stores, auction sites and antique shops. If you’re the creative type, you can even build a lamp out of everyday household items for a truly one-of-a-kind piece!

2. Decorative Chandeliers

Chandeliers have become so commonplace that a “regular” model isn’t really noteworthy anymore. However, a futuristic chandelier made of gleaming chrome parts might be an exception to this rule. You might also enjoy a chandelier with iron-wrought floral patterns or geometric shapes. Try plugging something like “fun chandeliers” into your favorite search engine.

3. Light Bars and Strips

These are immediately noticeable when you walk into a room because most people are conditioned to expect bulbs instead of bars. Even if they’re the exact same luminosity, they’ll look brighter and more fashionable thanks to their newness. It’s not a bad way to give your home a little pick-me-up without completely changing your lighting scheme.

4. Industrial Lighting

Industrial lighting uses metal pipes and bare bulbs to create a stark look for the home. If you’re really dedicated to the theme, you can also invest in fluorescent sockets replacement. It’s sure to get your guests talking, but even more importantly, it’ll be as functional as it is fashionable.

These are just a few ideas for unique home lighting. There are hundreds more, so don’t take this list as gospel. Instead, consider it a starting point for your own brainstorming session, and use its suggestions to build a home lighting system from scratch. You can create something truly remarkable if you’re willing to have fun and try something new!

Harrison Holderby

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