Inspirational Home Decor
8 Different Way To Decorate Lighting With Natural Looks
Decorate lighting with natural look, also called neo rustic, is today’s trend. The most prestigious interior designers and stylists are betting on this style of decoration this 2016. It is very similar to the rustic style, but it’s more refined and updated. You need to mix rustic simple line objects with contemporary ones. Basically you’ll need to decor with two concepts: nature and technology, to get the best of both worlds, a modern, efficient and sustainable warm home.
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Decorate Lighting With Natural Style is the best choice for a look cozy home, with character & neo rustic. Unfortunately we don’t always have enough natural light to decorate our spaces, so today we will show you other ways to provide natural light and Together add texture and warmth to your interior.
Wooden and Rattan Lamps
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Rattan furniture and accessories are the natural look’s basics. Chairs, toys, lamps, and baskets. all these mixed with ethnic textiles, shag carpets and furs. Vegetable fibers are ideal to provide warmth to the atmosphere; they are so fashionable that they have become widely used in Bohemian Chic’s interiors.
Any kind of vegetable fiber will work, from the most sophisticated, such as bamboo or wood, to the roughest, such as esparto, just choose the lamp that best suits your decor.
There are endless designs, including Scandinavian classical pieces from the 50s, although the traditional and more rustic line lamps are gorgeous, not to mention current designs that are stomping. They all have an original and beautiful way to spread the light.
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Bare bulbs have become a classic, You can place the bulbs as wall lamps, as a ceiling or standing lamp, individually or in groups, at different levels. Although they adapt to any decorative style and look great in any room of the house, they integrate very well with the natural style.
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An original way to decorate your bedroom is placing garlands behind a sheet or thin curtain as the bed’s headboard, you’ll make your room more cozy and magical without making it look like it’s Christmas; although they look great hung in windows, behind curtains or rolled on the stair’s railings.
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Paper as well as textiles, help us provide the appropriate texture for a natural look. Both materials spread light in a very special way and create really warm environments.
Right now they’re trend, that’s why you’ll find a great amount of designs and formats, some of them exploit paper’s texture and ‘organicity’ to give a distinctive touch, and others create geometric patterns that play with light. These are my favorites.
Textiles are a great material to diffuse light and create dreamlike atmospheres, besides being the perfect complement for a natural home.
Redesigned Industrial Lamps
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Industrial lamp groups several lamp designs basically associated to the luminaries used in old factories around the world throughout the nineteenth century and early twentieth century.
Nowadays they are a staple in an interior design project, whether you decide using the originals or their redesign. For the neo rustic style we should aim for neutral, gray, black, beige and land colors, in the format you prefer, such as: reading lamps, maxi ceiling lamps, or bulbs protected by metallic structures; they have all become classics.
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Chandeliers style lamps, also know as ornate hanging ceiling lamps, are an essential decorating accessory. Throughout the history of design, they’ve appeared in countless occasions, they are never out of fashion. If you own one but you’re tire of it, don’t just throw it away, you might need it in the future.
The vintage style, the lifelong antiquarian style is back, however, this classic and elegant chandelier lamp that we’re used to see in more sophisticated or Shabby Chic spaces, has reappeared and is being used in Boho Chic and Neo Rustic environments, providing elegance and romanticism. They’re really wonderful.
Copper, Metallic or Golden Light Fixtures
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Metallic colors are, in small doses, the most commonly used this 2016. Copper, metallic and golden shades are widely used in chandeliers and lamps, pendant lights, reading and wall lamps. These colors will add a chic touch to the fairly flat and calm rustic color palette.
Combines these shades with concrete accessories and flooring, add raw wood furniture and accessories, some leather and textiles with character, with a palette based on gray, earth, white and ochre shades for the perfect natural or neo rustic environment.
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The most advisable lights are the LED lights; a new technology that puts within your reach a wide range of formats and colors. LED lights offer the possibility to get a warm and natural light, choose the format that best suits your lamp and decoration, but especially, choose one that emits yellow light.
Furthermore, this type of lighting is the most environmentally friendly and inexpensive alternative, and although at first you feel that they are very expensive, in the long run you’ll save on electricity, as they consume less power than conventional bulbs. Also, they last up to 30,000 hours. Sounds good, right?