Lighting design is one of the most important elements in the decoration of a living space.
Choosing the right lighting strikes a balance between style, functionality and personal taste.
The Covid involved a radical change in the life habits of each of us and the priorities in our lives.
Reclaiming the spaces, making your home cozy and functional, reflecting the personality of those who live it has become a widespread priority.
Less is more has become a statement useful to interior decor and also to the choice of lamps.
Horo, designed by Pierre Gonalons, with its simple and essential lines, certainly goes in this direction. The simplicity and the ability to decorate with taste and various spaces make Horo a winning choice!
Another focus of the season is the passion for retro atmospheres. The time of solitary confinement that we spent has made us nostalgic, eager to recreate the world of our childhood, or that golden age that we dream of being able to live again. So also in the interior lighting we see the return to the 60’s and 70’s, to the economic and creative boom that has involved the whole world.
The passion for retro and vintage taste will certainly make you appreciate Olympya design by Masiero Lab, which with its classic shapes and reassuring colors is a choice of lighting design that will accompany you over time.
Sustainability and attention to the environment are values that are back in vogue. So natural materials enjoy a renewed interest.
We talked about current trends in interior lighting design, but what really matters when choosing the lighting of your home is harmony. The house is the place where you share family experiences or take refuge in the intimacy of a time for yourself. All this requires harmony in the colors, in the shapes, in the space that you live.
The creation of a warm and welcoming space goes through the choice of interior lighting, which contributes to create the right atmosphere for each of these moments. The balance between aesthetics and functionality, design and practicality is the focus of Masiero’s lighting proposals.
Choosing designer lamps for your spaces means leaving an imprint of your personality, making the space unique, modeling the light and shadows, shapes and lines, colors and volumes. I mean, make it real.