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How To Do Statement Lighting On A Budget

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Luxe lighting needn’t cost the earth. Step in Made.com, whose collection of designer-look, stripped-back pendant lights start at a highly purse-palatable £29, leaving you plenty of change left over for other home improvements. Whether your living room needs some edge or you want to add a chic touch to your bedroom, there’s a shortcut to style without breaking the bank…
 

LIVING ROOM

The living room is undoubtedly one of the most important rooms in the house when it comes to reflecting your interior style, yet don’t forget to keep it homely and practical. Use an abundance of lighting and striking styles to add warmth and atmosphere – think pineapple-shaped pendants and trend-setting lightbulb stacks. 

 

 

BEDROOM

Space-saving and bang on trend, there's much to love about a pendant light. One sweep of Pinterest is enough to convince you of its charm, especially when using one in place of a bedside lamp – a pendant will add edge and atmosphere, transforming your boudoir with minimal effort.

 

KITCHEN

If your kitchen is in need of some edge try some smoked glass lights – a must-buy for a touch of tough luxe. Tapping into the industrial trend, the stripped-back pieces let the simple beauty of a naked bulb or a pared-back drop-shade shine. For a softer option try conical shaped pendants in greys and blues. 

 

 

HALLWAY

Your first opportunity to make a big impression, save your lighting statement pieces for the hallway. We can’t get enough of Starkey’s modern take on a classic chandelier, as well as Coop’s webbed-copper offering, which any Scandi-obsessee will love. 

 

 

 

 

DINING AREA

Add a touch of townhouse chic to your dining area with organic shapes and a sophisticated colour palette of neturals, greys and metallics. 

 

STUDY

If you’ve long hankered after Tom Dixon's copper or coloured glass lighting for your study, then we’ve found a covetable selection of options to recreate the look and provide a high-design edge to your office. 

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