Indirect lighting for superb ambience

Times change, styles change and tastes change. Lighting is the perfect example of this, and indirect lighting even more so. While lighting used to be primarily functional, these days lighting is used to create a specific, almost essential ambience. It transforms your living and working spaces into a place of genuine experience.

Effective integration of indirect lighting in your living and working spaces can create a real WOW effect along with just the right experience in and around the spaces. While functionality certainly remains important, the feeling you gain from the space as you ‘exist’ within it is even more integral.
Indirect lighting makes life and work full of happiness. It provides character to the space and energy to those who live and work there.

  • From functional to essential

    An attractively lit vestibule or hallway is welcoming to all. Adding indirect lighting to a dark hallway serves as a warm welcome both for you and your guests, whether in the home or the workplace. Furthermore, illuminating the walls or ceiling makes the hallway seem larger.

    Thinking of installing indirect lighting above the stairs? As well as increasing the level of safety, this will make users feel more secure.

  • Glowing light for a warm vibe

    Indirect lighting spreads a soft, even glow over your wall, ceiling or floor to create a warm, serene ambience for your home.

    You can integrate the indirect lighting in conjunction with the ceiling or as downlighting above the floor for an extra spacious effect. Alternatively, integrate indirect lighting in conjunction with a wall to accentuate it.

  • Feeling good is essential in office spaces

    We spend almost as much time in the office as we do at home. This is why it is essential to feel good at work and have the requisite energy to function and perform well.

    A few creative “special effects” using indirect lighting will boost your performance in no time.

  • Highlighting the important things

    Indirect lighting emphasises both the architecture of your space and your carefully selected decorations. Why not highlight them with indirect lighting?

  • Leaving the lights on in the bedroom

    Opinions may vary, but we are in favour of leaving the lights on in the bedroom. After all, indirect lighting creates an intimate feeling that embraces you like a soft blanket. It is almost imperceptible, but always present and pleasant.