So you’ve bought yourself a gorgeous new chandelier that’s the absolutely perfect piece for your home. The installation team is supposed to come in and put it in place so you can wow your guests with it this weekend. But at the last minute, you come to realize that your false ceiling is not strong enough to carry this chandelier and you don’t have the equipment to have it installed that day.
And just like that, your plans go out the window!
What a sad scenario!
Unfortunately, it’s more common than you might think. Decorative lighting fixtures are not like regular tube lights that an electrician can simply come in and put up. They require some basic groundwork to be laid for the electricians (pun intended!)
In this article, we will tell you everything you need to do before and during your decorative lightin
There’s an undeniable charm to vintage aesthetics that nothing else can quite replicate. It has so much to offer for your spaces that no other design style can do!
However, vintage design is easier to admire than to recreate. It is a complex style that requires you to know exactly what you’re heading into before you go about setting it up. But don’t worry! In this post, we will tell you everything you need to know to perfect the vintage aesthetic for your home or any other space you plan to decorate.
The ceiling is the most important part of any room, and yet, more often than not, it is also the most ignored. Most people don’t put much more thought into the ceiling than the colour of thōe paint that goes on it. Throw in a false ceiling with some recessed lights, and that’s that for most people!
False ceilings with recessed lighting have a charm of their own, there’s no denying that. But ceilings have the potential to be much more than just a backdrop. When you are indoors, your ceiling is the equivalent of the sky – granted, it is much closer and much smaller, but it has the same potential impact on everything in the room.
Summer is the perfect time to enjoy the outdoors. Nothing should come in the way of that - not even a pandemic!
But hold on - we are not suggesting that you should go flouting lockdown rules or public safety guidelines. Public places like parks and rooftop restaurants aren’t exactly safe to be in under the current circumstances. We only mean that it’s time to turn your attention to your balconies, terraces, gardens, or any other outdoor space within safe reach!