Lighting is Gaining Ground As a Decorative Element In Reform Projects

Dining table stands out with use of pending, in the project of the architect Camila Klein dining table stands out with use of pending, in the project of the architect Camila Klein (photo: disclosure)

Who says that light up the House is only spread points of light? The lighting should be considered also as a decorative element. Lights in plaster mouldings, chandeliers, sconces, lamps and light fixtures can leave the House. Just knowing how to use the resources.

“Illumination and decoration must be allies. The light can enhance any details about a project, “says interior designer Barbara Fuhrmann.

Each environment requires a kind of lighting, according to the activities carried out in the room and with the effects you want to create. Warm or yellowish lights give a warmer climate. The cold white or facilitate the reading and the handling of objects.

“But the latter destroy the possibility of formation of quiet and romantic environments”, highlights the designer Fernando Bernucci, of the Art fixtures Maison.

Room – If is large, you can create effects of indirect light with crown molding or tears in plaster, LED strips (cost about 70 R$) and tubular fluorescent lamps T5 (about $27). The square metre of cast costs, on average, 100 R$. “You can highlight the paintings and other pieces with pockets of concentrated light,” says the architect Cristiane Adrião.

Cold light-white fluorescent lights are for bathroom and kitchen, in light fixtures or embedded in plaster cut with glass protection, says the Coordinator of the Design Space Amoedo, Sonia Martinelli: “in the bathroom, cold lighting on the mirrors avoids shadow in the face”. In the kitchen, promotes the vision of objects.