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4 TIPS HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT LIGHT IN DINING ROOM

Dining room light

4 TIPS HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT LIGHT IN DINING ROOM

When u think of it, Light fixture can be more adventurous because no one’s touching it, no one’s spilling food on it.

It’s the perfect opportunity to have a sculptural element that creates a mood.

It Can Be As Simple As One Pendant

They create a diffused, even glow in the room, which allows other important elements, like your on-point serving ware, flowers, and food, to shine.

Start with your Centerpiece: The Chandelier

A multi-light chandelier creates even light distribution over a dining room table, connects the people sitting below it, and eliminates unappealing dark spots. Multiple glass globes dimmed low create a great ambiance.

Do the math

-The dining room light should be at least 31 cm smaller than the table in all direction.
-For proportion, linear suspension lights should be anywhere from 1/3 to 2/3 of the length of the table.
– Linear pendants and chandeliers are the ideal choice for long, rectangular dining tables or extension tables.
– To get the best light quality on the table, a light should be installed 92 cm from the bottom of the fixture to the top of the table. That’s the standard

Layer the light

– When adding layers of light, think vertically—layers from the ceiling to floor and horizontally layers from one side of the room to the other.
– With the right combination of ceiling and wall lights, you’ll create the perfect layered room.

CUT light by Timo Ripatti
CUT light by Timo Ripatti

CUT by Timo Ripatti ( Axolight)

Material: Aluminium

Cut is the result of a long design process between Axolight and Timo Ripatti, aimed at the design of an adjustable lamp, that can be positioned on three points and never dazzle.

The laser-cut aluminium structure, folded in several points, connects two elements:
the light source embedded in a circular metal support and a semi-transparent diffuser disk embedded in a ring.
The two elements face each other, so that the light emitted by the light source is filtered and partially reflected by the screen.

The Cut family of lamps brings an emotional light and a refined and singular design into space.

CUT LIGHT by Timo Ripatti
CUT light by Timo Ripatti

ULIGHT by Timo Ripatti (Axolight)
Materials:Aluminum

U-light is a modern chandelier with a minimalist design and a lightweight ring-shaped structure.

U-light is equipped with a warm white LED light source. The dimming system allows you to manage the light intensity as you prefer. U-light is made of aluminum with color finishes available in anthracite grey or rust brown.
Recommended for the lighting of large modern spaces, either domestic or commercial.

U light by Timo Ripatti
U light by Timo Ripatti

IL FANALE by Fabrizio Fava ( Molecola)
Material: Brass-Glass

The Molecola collection of indoor lamps comprises a suspension lamp, floor lamp, ceiling lamp, wall lamp and table lamp.
They are available in natural brass (code ONT) or antique-effect brass (code OOT) with transparent and frosted or glass spheres and in black painted brass and coppery glass spheres

IL FANALE by Fabrizio Fava
IL FANALE by Fabrizio Fava ( Molecola)

ARRANGEMENTS by Miachael Anastassiades (Flos)

Materials: Aluminium, Silicone, Polycarbonate

Designed by Michael Anastassiades, Arrangements is a modular system of geometric light elements that can be combined in different ways, creating multiple compositions into individual chandeliers. Each unit simply attaches onto the previous one as if resting, balancing perfectly as a part of a glowing chain.

Inspiration Behind The Design: “I have always been fascinated with the parallel that exists between Lighting and Jewelry. Starting from the simple fact of how each piece relates to human scale: one is designed to be worn on the body whereas the other is made to decorate the space someone occupies. I’m challenged in how the delicate nature of something small can be translated spatially and still manages to retain its preciousness in the way materials are presented.

ARRANGEMENTS by Miachael Anastassiades (Flos)
Image of light used in Dinning room

STRINGLIGHT by Michael Anastassides ( Flos)

Material: Aluminum, Polycarbonate

Minimal and poetic like a pencil line drawn in the air, String Lights is an original suspension, both conceptually simple and bold at the same time.

His designs move towards abstraction, in a search for purity that pursues an exercise of stripping away, taking objects and materials back their original dimension of bareness.

‘’I like how people use light to demarcate space, especially outdoor space, if you think of a village square in the Mediterranean at night, they have a string of lights that hang in a square from four posts. They seem to announce: “This is where the party is”. It is these lights that demarcate the activity.’’

STRINGLIGHT by Michael Anastassides ( Flos)
STRINGLIGHT by Michael Anastassides ( Flos)

EMPIRICO SYSTEM by Karim Rashid (Artemide)

Material: Technopolymer, aluminum

Modular suspension system.Single elements could be joined to create a system with different possible configurations. Materials: structure in painted aluminum. Carter in injection molding plastic material.

EMPIRICO SYSTEM by Karim Rashid (Artemide)
EMPIRICO SYSTEM by Karim Rashid (Artemide)

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