Light Up Your Mood
I love using lighting to add that special statement and style to the rooms that I design. Listed below are highlights on how our Denver interior design studio uses lighting in different parts of a home.
This master bedroom has a neutral, earthy palette with warm wooden floors and an abstract rug. It’s a simple, clean-lined look, so I used lighting here to create a dramatic contrast to the tame design language. The geometric, metal chandelier creates a focal point and stands out in the room. At the same time, it’s a sleek piece, so it’s consistent with the room’s minimal aesthetic.
Our studio designed the above master suite for the Denver Design Showhouse. We used natural materials and finishes with a light palette and modern furniture — the floating pendant adds an edge to the rest of the room’s soft design features.
This custom chandelier weighed 200 pounds and had to be pieced together one piece at a time — there were around 200 individual pieces. The final look was well worth the effort, and it makes a breath-taking design statement. This video explains how we installed this gorgeous light fixture.
KITCHEN AND DINING
The kitchen is the heart of the home, and a well-lit kitchen is essential for stylish and functional purposes. When I was planning the lighting for the above kitchen, the team had to get creative.
Challenge: We realized that there isn’t enough place between the ceiling and roof for recessed lighting.
Solution: To ensure the kitchen is lit well, we built ceiling beams and installed recessed lighting on those, while the metal pendants create the perfect ambient lighting. This video shows the complete look of the kitchen with the new beams and lights.
I wanted the lighting in this kitchen and breakfast nook to reflect the space’s light, fresh feel. These dainty pendants helped me achieve that — we used single pendants above the island and a cluster for the breakfast table. This video explains the entire look.
The minimal sophistication and clean-lined elegance of this formal dining room deserved lighting that made a style statement. I love the abstract look that this fixture adds to the room.
The four floor lights and the chandelier play off each other — lighting becomes art and a conversation starter. I chose these pieces for their artistic and aesthetic value.
This living room is all about modern, farmhouse style. The double-height ceiling allowed for large windows that keep the room bathed in sunlight, and the modern-rustic chandelier complements the design language of the room perfectly.
This bathroom was part of the master suite that we designed for the Denver Showhouse. The look for the suite was fresh and natural, with earthy colors and a light palette. The bathroom reflects that style with its wooden cabinetry and clean-lined elegance. The dainty pendant looks pretty perched above the independent tub.
The wall lights are an ode to nature and add an interesting design element to enhance the impressive vanity.
This statement piece creates drama and grandeur in this foyer. It impresses at first sight. The lighting works perfectly with the high ceiling and fills the space in style.
This quirky, wooden pendant has the right balance of playful and stylish, just like the rest of this kid’s room.
It’s basic and beautiful — a minimal light for a cozy kid’s room.
Lighting is one of the most important aspects of a home renovation. There are so many styles and types available, and at times, it can be confusing for homeowners to make the right choice. Our Denver interior design team will be happy to make that choice easy for you by helping you choose lights that suit your home and your style.
When you’re ready to plan your Denver home renovation, the first step is to call our top-rated Denver interior design studio at 720-735-7533. We can then arrange to use FaceTime or Zoom for face-to-face video calls, allowing for a touch-free design and remodeling experience. Or, we can use masks and make it an in-person meeting.