Lighting the kitchen, dining area and conservatory of a beautifully restored period house
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Lighting design for a beautifully restored period house

This beautifully restored country house is rich in architectural detail, which our lighting design experts set out to accentuate. The lighting is simple and discreet, emphasising focal points and creating moods with layers of light.

Opulent LED bathroom lighting

This wonderful bath recessed into the bay of the window is framed with uplights. The effect uses LED uplighters and downlighters.

Custom made hand-blown glass chandelier

Bespoke glass chandelier for the stairs

The staircase called for a large decorative fitting. We wanted to avoid using an ultra-modern fitting and wanted a warm, welcoming piece that wouldn’t be dwarfed by the architecture.

Layers of light in the corridor

The upper floor corridor offers a striking sight line through the house. The lighting is built up in layers of LED and incandescent sources.

Arched doorway lit by powerful recessed LED uplights

Framing an arched doorway

Using two recessed uplights we have framed this arched doorway drawing your eyes through the luxurious roll top bath. The LD150 uplights can be supplied with optional glare shields making them low glare and perfect for lighting walls and columns.

Comfy reading chair lit from above by twig wall light

Creating a cosy and relaxing reading corner

A Twig inspired decorative wall light adds light to this corner of the room that suits the country style of the house.

The conservatory at night

The Conservatory is a wonderfully chilled area; a space for the grown-ups to relax when the children have gone to bed. The lighting needs to be intimate, warm and welcoming.