Just because your eye-level is more relevant with the wall design, doesn’t mean a nice ceiling fixture should be left out of your dream interior design. The ceiling design is an underrated part of the overall interior space and needs to be considered quite carefully. Not only does it dictate the intensity of light in every area of your interior, but it defines an integral part of the aesthetic.
A good ceiling design is all about emphasizing the right spaces and even providing focal points inside the room. Today, we will be looking at some ceiling fixtures that would definitely inspire you to redecorate.
1. Track Lights
Track lights are mostly used in industrial style interior designs. They are a good way to highlight some parts of your interior design through focused lighting. Track lights are very common these days. They are also used in retail interiors. They come in black and white finishes with lighting fixtures that emanate a dim gold halo.
2. The disco chandelier
Fancy ‘drop chandeliers’ have taken the interior design world by storm. These have a very powerful impact, especially when set up in a simple interior design. The interior in this image has been designed in a rather simple but swanky way. So the disco ball style drop chandelier adds a much needed focal point as well as a glamorous appeal. It orients the entire interior design quite beautifully.
3. Being Classic
Classical chandeliers are a great way to add gravitas to a traditional interior, and even more so when you’re designing a space that is neo-classical in style. This image shows a centerpiece chandelier hung right above the dining area. It is designed in the image of a murano glass light fixture, which complements its modern design counterparts. The overall effect is very stunning.
4. The Edison bulb fixture
This kind of a lighting arrangement goes hand in hand with an industrial style aesthetic. Raw materials and distressed finishes are the perfect backdrop to its design. In this image you can see how the deliberately disheveled placement of the hung Edison bulbs add a starry night effect to the room that is just the height of industrial chic.
5. Geometric fixtures
Geometry spices up the interior by adding in a much needed diversity in design. It can be through two-dimensional patterns or three-dimensional fixtures. This image shows a central lighting fixture that has been designed in the image of asymmetric geometry. It keeps the eye engaged and jazzes up the space with its unique design.