2019/20 Home Lighting Trends
Posted on Friday, January 18 2019 10:09:00 AM in Tips and Ideas by EnamelShades
Interior lighting is an integral part of your decor, reflecting the function and feel of each room. Great lighting can completely change the atmosphere of your home, so we've pulled together our 5 favourite home lighting trends for 2019/2020 to help you stay ahead of the game.
Soft Golds and Brass
The soft metallic trend has been around for a little while now, with the popularity of rose gold and copper tones, but 2019 certainly looks like the comeback year for brass and soft gold tones in lighting. Whether paired with a bold, textured finish, or alone as a more traditional piece, we're seeing an influx of buyers for this trend.
Bold Edison Bulbs
Having fallen out of favour more recently with the phasing out of incandescent bulbs, the old style Edison is back, with a new twist! Now available as fully dimmable LEDs, these bulbs mimic the look of the old style bulbs, and look almost identical to traditional filament lamps.
Filament bulbs are designed to be seen, and fittings that really show them off are gaining huge popularity.
Tactile, textured finishes give a real luxe feel to statement lighting. White marble made a huge comeback a few years ago in the world of lighting design, and that's been extended to include rich, dark marbles, textured finishes, and even sustainable corks.
Our top picks are also great to pull in the exposed Edison bulb look.
Oversized pendants are the new chandelier! These bold, huge lamps are designed to be seen. Ceiling lights are becoming a much bigger statement, and old style chandeliers are being replaced by a more sleek, less fussy look.
They can really add a splash of bold colour, or create a huge, but minimalistic conversation piece.
WGSN have forecasted Neo Mint as the colour of 2020, and we've got a fast, easy way to stay ahead of the trend with our bold Neo Mint Lena small shade. These can be fitted to pendant kits and wall lights with an e27 fitting. We absolutely love them hung as rows.