After last week’s stunning Kitchen make-over and an overdose of fashion pretty I wanted to get back to interiors and motivate myself to add the finishing touches to my affectionately titled ‘Grey project‘. I’m a firm believer in surrounding yourself with as much inspiration as possible when you want to get creative… although not all of it will become part of your final project, it helps refine your own personal taste and make sure your vision is totally unique.
The problem with redecoration projects is, for me anyway, in the finishing touches and I really believe that these kind of things can’t be bought in a day if you want a truly unique look. So today I’m doing a round up of stunning lighting that has inspired me, one way or another, and hoping to give myself some salvage chic inspiration for my rooms.
- I love the hollywood movie drama of these letter lights (& light) and a single letter or symbol is enough to create great drama in a room. Want to DIY it? Try this tutorial.
- The cheapest chandelier ever if not that practical… cluster together blown glass hanging votives and add some candles for serious impact.
- Bare bulbs are where my heart is at right now, but how to make them look warm rather than adding too much cold industrialism to a room? Group tons of them (and not all have to be lit) like this DIY chandelier in one of my favourite home tours ever.
- Industrial cage lamps clothe bare bulbs and can be found at Rockett St George.
- Or how about these quietly decorative standard lamps?
- Perhaps you like your lighting a little more modern and get eco-friendly to boot with these high-design energy saving bulbs.
- And 2 super simple lighting ideas – bulb and bracket or bulbs on a bookcase (DIY.)
- Make simple look stylish by hanging spaced out blown votives.
- And lastly my favourite neon lighting from a UK supplier to boot. Individual letters connect together to make words so you can make your design super personal.
So readers, do you love?
I hope I’ve brightened up your morning and do share if there is something you would consider doing in your home here.