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Say goodbye to long nights by illuminating your home with these quirky lighting ideas

JAN 6, 2020 | By Srishti Vaidyeshwaran

Often treated as a second thought when it comes to design, lighting has finally come into the fore. Now an important aspect of decor and interiors, it can either elevate or deflate the mood and ambience of any space. Here are our picks of lighting ideas that can add an edge to your space!Sans SouciSans Souci, the renowned Czech lighting brand, showcases the best of their work in this Dubai project. Made in cooperation with HH Interior Designers and Sibile D´Margerie Studios, the brand has helped elevate the modern luxury home into a palace. Sans Souci’s fixtures highlight the luxurious interiors of the dining area with Arabic touches. Kumar Moorthy and AssociatesAward winning architecture and interior design firm Kumar Moorthy and Associates combines lighting and interiors for an edgy aesthetic. The firm converts lights from being an aesthetically utilitarian accessory to an integral decor accent, as seen in this Noida home, wherein a boxed cascading chandelier becomes a momentary visual anchor in the stairway. Epsilon ArchitectureBipratip Dhar, principal architect of the reputed firm, shines light on this residential project in Kolkata. In a marble-inlaid space that radiates sophistication, it is the dispersion of natural light that makes the place look larger than life. Dhar uses the double heighted residence to his advantage and places a large modern chandelier by the stairway, make it the centrepiece of the area. Sogani by Vibhor SoganiAvant garde luxury maestro Vibhor Sogani’s contemporary design bridges art and functionality. The three time EDIDA India winner combines Indian artisanal skills and cutting edge technology to create Aroma, a light installation especially crafted for a property in Pune for a visually tantalising experience.

42 MM ArchitectureA functional container crafted by 42 MM—Vista still features minimalist anatomy that focuses on the aerial panorama of the penthouse. With ample space and light, the home is designed to balance beauty and functionality. What we absolutely love about this property is the usage of quirky lights in spaces that brighten up the home. Our favourite is the dining room that features low hanging lights in the bronze shade and radiates warmth throughout, allowing for a well-lit meal.