How To Combine Crystal-Effect Lighting into Your Home

How To Combine Crystal-Effect Lighting into Your Home

One of the most envious décor styles is one of decadent elegance, with the classy, sophisticated feel that it created bringing a wonderful tone to any household. If you’re looking to design an interior like this in your home, then you’ll need lighting that fits the bill! This blog looks at how you can integrate crystal lighting into your home in an elegant manner, so read on to find our top tips for sparkling illumination!

Ceiling lights

The boldest, most eye-catching style of lighting that you can utilise is ceiling lighting – they’re the main source of light for the room and have the biggest impact on the image and overall theme of a room. If it’s statement lighting that you’re after, Aurora is the perfect fitting thanks to its bold hanging style and elegant crystal design. The tiered Aurora Crystal Bar Chandelier features an arrangement of crystal bars hanging down from a contemporary chrome structure, making it the ideal choice for any modern décor. On the other hand, our Ella flush ceiling fitting is a more refined and elegant choice that’s great on lower ceilings thanks to the reduced drop that flush fittings require. The chrome ceiling plate gives a sleek, updated look to this piece, with an arrangement of crystal droplets offering an added sparkle out across the room as the light shines.

Aurora Crystal Bar Chandelier Ella Flush Ceiling Light, Chrome

Floor and Table Lamps

Another way to integrate crystal into your home, this time in a more interchangeable and versatile manner, is by using lamps to fill spaces and offer soft pockets of ambient light to your interiors. Sophie is a floor lamp with a seriously classy look, standing tall and slim with a gorgeous arrangement of crystals hanging down from inside the white shade, giving an elegant look and a softer, more relaxing glow across the room. Alternatively, Arabella is a charming table lamp with gorgeous glass design, with a diamond style base and ball feature giving a unique reflection and refraction to the light as it shines out. Again, this lamp is topped with a simple white pleated shade, white gives an ambient shine to the surrounding spaces.

Wall Lighting

The last style of lighting to consider in terms of crystal is wall lighting, which offers the subtlest style of illumination to an interior. The Inna wall light is a sleek, decorative piece, featuring 3 lights and an arrangement of single crystal prisms hanging from separate arms, which give a unique shimmer and gleam to the light whilst it gives accent light to the room. A more contemporary option is the Philipa 2 light wall light, which has a crisp black chrome crossover structure and smoked cut glass shades surrounding the lights that provide a modern twist to any décor’s designs.

As you can see, there’s plenty of different ways to integrate crystal lighting into your home’s designs, with a range of shapes and styles to suit any décor! Let us know which of our crystal fittings caught your eye in the comments below, or let us know how you plan to use crystal lighting in your designs!

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