Trends In Lighting – Home Renovation Vancouver
Lighting creates atmosphere and artistic flare to home design. From a window or a fixture, lighting is functional and transformational. 2014 brings forth innovative, yet luxurious trend ideas for lighting. Renovation or design driven, look to lighting to transform your home!
Layered Kitchen Lighting – Home Renovation Vancouver
- One of the most innovative trends is layered kitchen lighting
- Combined styles include: under cabinet LED lights, track lighting and wall sconce, etc.
- Kitchens are multifunctional (entertaining, cooking, office)
- With the use of space changing, so should the lighting
- Allows flexibility in levels and areas of lighting
Brass, Nickel and Chrome
- The second biggest trend of the year: metallic shine
- Opt for contemporary or classic styles for a modern take
- Gone is matte
- Metallic adds unique detail, texture and every day luxury
- Light bounces and glistens off of metallic fixtures or
- Frame windows in metallic accents
- Large, sculptural fixtures create an artistic statement and function.
- Abstract shapes and patterns bring character
- Coloured lighting can evoke a mood or feeling
- Opt for blue lighting for a more creative effect
- Get creative with uniquely shaped windows
- While this trend is not new, it is safe to say it’s become a classic
- From contemporary to transitional designs, there is something for every style and budget
- DIY: It easy to decorate with crystals to existing light fixtures
- Country meets urban
- Relaxed look
- Rustic finishes are combined with modern shapes and fabrics.
- End look is more refined
- Think clean lines with luxurious materials
- A simple shape with metallic and unique glass accents
- Sheer or opaque metallic curtains; play with the amount of lighting you want
Each trend plays a unique role to home design. Spice up your life and try to incorporate the trends into your space.
Kirsten Sutton is the head designer for reVISION Custom Home Renovations. She creates designs that are both functional and meaningful for each of the clients she works with. Kirsten received formal training in Architecture and Structural Drafting from the British Columbia Institute of Technology. Her combined education, background and passion allow her to transform her clients’ dreams into a reality.
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