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Light up your home with these top lighting trends for 2024

Feb 12, 2024, 8:33 AM | Updated: Jun 10, 2024, 12:43 pm

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Introduction

Interior design is only complete with the essentials: color, texture, shapes, and lighting, which all play crucial roles in bringing a space together. Lighting takes on both form and function, and playing around with it creatively can liven up a space in new ways. 

This article looks at the different lighting trends emerging this year and how you can incorporate them into your home. 

Updated lighting technology

In recent years, there has been a significant shift towards sustainability in lighting design, driven by environmental concerns and advancements in LED technology. 

In addition, innovative technology allows for precise control and optimization of lighting systems, further enhancing energy savings and reducing environmental impact. Alongside these innovations, there’s a growing emphasis on utilizing renewable energy sources to power lighting fixtures, contributing to a more sustainable energy ecosystem. 

Beyond energy efficiency, the industry increasingly prioritizes using eco-friendly materials and manufacturing processes in producing lighting products, minimizing carbon footprint and waste generation throughout the product lifecycle. This holistic approach to sustainability underscores the importance of addressing environmental concerns while embracing technological advancements in lighting design.

Layered lighting trends

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Designers can create dynamic and visually appealing environments by creatively combining multiple light sources, including ambient, task, and accent lighting. Using layered lighting allows for flexibility in adjusting the ambiance and functionality of a space according to different needs and occasions. As a result, layered lighting not only enhances aesthetics but also improves the function and mood of your home.

Biophilic lighting design

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Biophilic design mimics natural elements like wicker, stone, or wood. This plant-like integration highlights natural lighting and brings warmth to a space. Using biophilic lighting is a great way to better your mood and improve your productivity. 

Upcycled and vintage lighting

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Along with sustainability, the use of vintage and upcycled lighting. Not only are materials reused lessening the impact on production, but using old lighting is a way to celebrate the past and make a room feel more homey. Think library and desk lamps, secondhand shades, or a consigner’s lighting selection for pieces that are indeed one of a kind.  

Silver and chrome

Silver is having a major moment right now. People are using it more in jewelry, clothing, lighting, and other interior design trends as a color, finish, and texture. This sleek finish is commonly featured in contemporary and modern designs, adding shine to fixtures that make them stand out. The reflective nature of the silver also adds more light to a space, enhancing the ambient lighting surrounding it. 

Lighting as art

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You can use lighting to draw attention to specific design features or elements within a space. For instance, you might put spotlights or LED strips to illuminate a beautiful artwork or architectural detail, enhancing its visual impact. 

Another way to use your lighting as a statement is with chandeliers. An interesting-shaped chandelier adds drama and elegance to a room, making it a focal point. 

Conclusion

We wanted to explore these lighting trends to present new ideas as you consider designing a new place or refreshing an old room. With any home design trend, there is no need to change everything in your home immediately, but they are something to consider as you incorporate it into your personal style and space. Play around with these ideas and see what works best for you!

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