Welcoming LED lighting at the front of a new build stone house
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Interior & exterior lighting design, South Yorkshire

This stone-built home in South Yorkshire features striking architecture and a wonderfully rich blend of textures and materials.  The lighting has been beautifully integrated with the architecture and interior design with some magical results.

Halo lit bathroom mirror and mini downlights in the niches

Elegant and functional bathroom lighting

As with the rest of the house, the bathroom features rich textures and materials as well as beautiful detailing. The lighting had to be functional as well as bringing out the richness of the interior design. We used a diffused linear fitting to give the mirror a ‘halo’ effect.  Mini downlighters in the mirror backed niches add a touch of magic.

Discreet shadow gap lighting for an oak staircase

Discreet shadow gap lighting adds a striking twist to this beautiful modern wooden staircase at the heart of the house.   To achieve this lighting effect it’s vital that all parties in the design and build are on board.  Involve your lighting designer early and make sure there’s close liaison with the architect and construction team.

Decorative wall lights in a tv snug

Lighting for the TV snug

The TV snug in the master suite is a welcoming breakfasting and relaxing area.  The lighting is subtle and relaxed to suit.  Natural daylight is complemented by elegant statuesque wall lights.

External lighting for the front of the house

The courtyard of this stone-built home is a welcoming, secure area for our clients.  Exterior lighting integrated into the Lutron HomeWorks lighting control system makes it a great place to come home to.

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