High ceilings can be a challenge when incorporating lighting applications, but they also open up a new world of creativity and the opportunity to do something grand that competes with their enormous elevations. Towering interiors can be overwhelming and give rise to a feeling of emptiness. By integrating the appropriate ceiling lightingwith proper placement, it will help to dissolve the vertical monotony and create a close, airless space that feels more like home.
Lighting placement can change the whole perception of a space. Ultimately, you want the lighting to create visual interest and ambience within a design. Multistory interiors present the chance to utilize various levels of lighting. A combination of lighting techniques, such as pendants, sconces, floor lamps, and cove lighting will add charm and warmth to these large interiors.
Get innovative and apply lighting on different levels. The fixtures and lighting should draw interest that leads people through the enormous space. This will help produce a uniqueness that also offers various lighting options depending on the time of day. Positioning impressive pendants that hang from above mixed with recessed lighting is always effective in lighting a grand area. It is also important to remember to accent the height of the vertical surfaces. Include directional lighting to highlight your favorite piece of art or position light onto a textured surface to add appeal.
Emphasizing the height and the architectural details with lighting will guarantee success! You want people to walk in and say, “WOW…What an amazing space!” The right lighting can make a larger than life interior even more extraordinary than before. These are just a few ideas to help develop a plan for your spectacular space. We would love to hear your ideas! Please send me your favorite ideas at JulieJenkins@lamps.com for a possible feature on the site!