Are you looking for ways to freshen up your living space in a way that it delights your heart?
We highly recommend you take a look at the latest lighting trends. They are fresh, experimental, and will never fail to impress your guests.
We have handpicked 7 of the best trends that may take center stage in 2022.
Get ready to fall in love with them.
Here they are.
1. Minimalistic Ceiling Lights
Chandeliers may be the centerpiece of your room decor but it is the versatile ceiling lights you need to create the perfect ambiance. This season, ceiling lights are going the minimalistic way to elevate the aesthetics of a room.
You can opt for dome-shaped ceiling lights for the bedroom to complement the decor of the room. That’s how you can give a minimalistic and modern edge to your rooms.
2. Dynamic Accent Lights
The latest lighting trend—accent lights—is here to give you creative flexibility.
Do you have a specific artwork, a mini garden, or a special wall that you want to highlight?
All you need to do is choose some stylish adjustable accent lights. As these lights can be mounted on the wall and rotated, you can focus them in any desired direction.
3. Elegant Wall Lights
It’s time to say goodbye to the boring old wall lights and make way for more elegant ones. This season, designers are particularly experimenting with different materials and seamless designs.
Elegant glass lamp shades paired with bold wooden elements are perfect for your study, living room, kids’ room, or bathroom.
We still have some more great lighting trends in store for you. Would you be interested to explore?
If so, then check out this infographic by Claxy where the top 7 lighting trends are listed.
Choose the ones that bring you the best of functionality and aesthetics and jazz up your home decor.
Image Courtesy: Claxy.com
Author Bio: Shagufa Sheikh
Shagufa Sheikh is a Content Strategist at Attrock with over 7 years of experience in content marketing. She is passionate about helping businesses grow their online presence. She has a keen eye for design and loves to keep up with the latest trends in interior design, architecture, and home improvement.