Four dramatic lighting designs for your 2018 projects

This year, dramatic is the name of the game when it comes to lighting fixtures. Here are four designs to consider from The Lighting Centre.

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The Zephyr is a playful combination of hand forged metal and the light source that produces a wonderfully organic result that can suit a wide range of decor.

With 2018 well underway, it's time to start thinking about the lighting fixtures you'll use on your projects this year. In this article, we'll take a look at four designs from The Lighting Centre.

If these new fixtures are any indication, 'dramatic' is the name of the game in 2018. Of course, this makes sense. If you want to add an element to a room that stops guests in their tracks, you'd be hard-pressed to find something more effective than a dramatic light fixture.

In terms of placement, it seems that larger, individual pieces are the best option for lighting over a kitchen island or dining table. With regards to aesthetics, organic and geometric patterns are both good options.

The Cuyahoga Mill features reclaimed driftwood for a very natural effect that contrasts well with the metal industrial stylings to create an impressive statement for the dining or kitchen space.

The Ludlow showcases a simple geometric play between the circles and squares designed around the light source itself contained within a linear form.

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Here are four dramatic designs to consider this year.

The Zephyr is a playful combination of hand forged metal and the light source that produces a wonderfully organic result that can suit a wide range of decor.

The Solitude is a modern take on the classic crystal chandelier. The hidden light source illuminates the crystal bringing the piece to life in dramatic fashion. Perfect for a dramatic statement to crown your home.

To get a closer look at the four lighting designs, take a look through the gallery.

About The Lighting Centre

The Lighting Centre has been lighting New Zealand for over a decade. Whether you are looking for a designer table lamp to add to your living space, or a stunning new pendant for over your dining room table, The Lighting Centre Showroom on Marua Road and online store has all the inspiration you need.

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The Ludlow showcases a simple geometric play between the circles and squares designed around the light source itself contained within a linear form.

There are also design articles to help you understand the various forms and styles of lighting as well as to give some insight into how to light various living spaces. Whether it's your bedroom, bathroom, lounge, dining, kitchen or even your garden lighting, these articles will help you make the right lighting choice.

They source light fixtures from across the globe: America, Australia and especially New Zealand. To find out more about the lighting ranges head to the Brands Page or Online Catalog.

Finding the right piece is never a problem with The Lighting Centre. If you want a specific piece from one of our American or European brands they'll handle all the logistics, rewiring and, most importantly, the warranty.

The Lighting Centre specialises in lighting design, everything from in store consultation to a full lighting plan. Its one of the reasons why so many architects, designers and electricians recommend us to their customers, turning their renovation or new build into something truly special.

Mar 14, 2018

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