Published : 01/30/2019 10:02:28
Categories : First steps
Since light helps to give personality to environments, any forecast about lighting trends will directly point to the personalization of spaces. Designers and specialists already presented months before finishing 2018 some lines of what we can expect for the next 12 months, confirming that in terms of led lighting for the home there will be continuity in many aspects already known.
From what we know so far, several conclusions can be drawn for the indoor spaces of the home:
From 2018 a relevant data was also extracted for the decoration of the home: according to the Cetelem Observatory, the expense most related to the home (decoration, reforms, etc.) was the one that suffered the least decrease. In principle, this should imply that 2019 would continue to be a good year to undertake reforms and changes in households.
In the field of lighting, in addition to what has already been pointed out, more daring options will be sought, capable of maintaining their leading role when it comes to highlighting specific areas. With the use of the right luminaires in each scenario, the intention is to gain capability in the creation of different scenes depending on the moment. Therefore, a good idea for lighting could be the use of adjustable lamps.
Lighting a specific focal point will remain, for logical reasons, a fundamental pillar. For this purpose, hanging lamps will continue to be the most used. As for zoning, a good example could be seen in the kitchen and in the bathroom. The bet seems simple: have a general lighting for the moments of "work"and a dimmer and warmer light when you simply spend time in both rooms. Once again, this second layer of lightwill have the mission of emphasizing scenes.
Three specific data for which decoration experts bet:
Trends in the living room lighting tend to have a fairly relevant range in this field. Generally speaking, they will bet on an explosion of colors. The door will not be closed to any of them. In contrast, maximalism will prevail in the living room, with dark tones that do not renounce warmth.
This trend will complement very well with the choice of materials for the lamps. In addition to using warm lights for rooms where comfort is sought, magistral combinations of slightly more natural materials (what in design is known as "organic aspect") will be sought with others that transmit more modernity such as metal. In this last current, the expected thing is that copper or bronze continue monopolizing looks.
Once again, the wood will continue to shine this year. It is one of those materials capable of covering the needs that are mentioned: it evokes warmth wherever they are placed and, depending on the version of the lamp chosen, it can serve as a main light or accessory with smaller luminaires.