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Light Relief: Five Fabulous Feature Lighting Ideas

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Let your lighting dazzle

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Lighting is the latest VIP of the design world – and all of the most in-demand interior designers are getting in on the action. The right lighting is transformative, enhancing mood, flattering the room (and its occupants) and giving your space an entirely new look or feel at the flick of a switch. Ready to go big and bold? Here are a few ideas to make the most of your home lighting. 

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Five ideas for feature lighting

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Cox London

Cox London

Try your hand at biophilia in a different way with Cox London’s botanical Floral May chandelier, with metalwork leaves, flowers and buds lit from within. coxlondon.com

Moooi gravity chandelier

Moooi

To infinity and beyond – Moooi’s Gravity chandelier is out of this world. Moooi.com

Cameron House Torsa

Cameron Design House

Why shouldn’t modern art be functional (and vice versa)? Cameron Design House’s Torsa blurs the lines between sculptural art installation and home lighting. camerondesignhouse.com

Armitage lamp

Joe Armitage

Joe Armitage’s debut lighting collection epitomises subtle, striking modernity. The Ellisfield design is the perfect accent to a dining or coffee table. joearmitage.com

Ochre Cosmos chandelier

Ochre

Solid coloured hand blown glass disks in ash or coral make up Ochre’s exquisite Cosmos chandelier. LED lights create maximum illumination, and the intricate design is supported by a blackened nickel frame. ochre.net

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