SCENARIO BASED LIGHTING EXAMPLE.
*inspirations taken from my recent project.
The key for a balanced lighting project is scenario based thinking.
It must reflect your daily routine.
Where do you go. What do you do. What do you like.
So let’s have a look.
Eventually life gets to the point where you want all pink everything.
The most important thing is:
Colors do not need to be exactly the same or even alike.
And the secret to getting color scheme right every single time is:
distance yourself and look at the big picture.
If it looks fab – you’ve nailed it.
If not – just edit.
Mix and match different textures, patterns, raw materials and your favorite colors together.
Just be absolutely sure they
a l l
( a n d I c a n ‘ t s t r e s s t h i s e n o u g h )
a l l
look great together.
As you see it is a top views of previous living room. But better.
And not only because it has a dog in it.
So let’s play.
Scenario based lighting.
So maybe you read a lot. Or just want to do your evening meditations. It’s getting dark. You curl up on a coach with a fine glass of wine or cacao. Nobody judges. You turn the light music on. You need some light. Continue reading “Lighting. Part II. The very best.”