LED-strip lighting is an inexpensive way of bringing a stylish, warm glow into the home.
LEDs are much cheaper than conventional lighting to run, so you can afford to be a little extravagant. Indulge in lighting designs that you thought were only reserved for millionaires and rockstars.
Bring light into your home in some unexpected places. Dispell with the bunky old pendant and go 21st century with lighting that exceeds its function by adding a stunning aesthetic to your home.
We’ve gathered a collection of some of the most creative LED-strip lighting ideas. Easy to install and super-versatile; bringing the WOW factor into any home, regardless of size.
Bring on the LED love.
Microzoning is what it’s all about, approaching 2020. And what better way to define a corner of your room than with this inset LED-strip idea? Super minimalist and uber-sophisticated.
The beauty of the LED strip light is in its ability to fit into tiny spaces. The edge illumination here produces a warm, ambient glow while maximising visibility for safety. Cool and practical.
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A long corridor can feel cold and functional. But this wall of vertical batons brings texture to this otherwise uninteresting space. The randomly located LED strips introduce some much-needed warmth to the aesthetic.
There’s not a pendant in sight in this bright, warm space. The LED strips add structure by defining the irregular lines while accentuating right angles. Fabulous.
Add interest to a conventional, square room with some interesting angularity. These wall panels sweep from the floor towards the window, meeting the ceiling, before stretching across the entire width of the room. The diagonally located LED strips accentuate the theme. Stunning.
The inset downlight across the length of the room heightens the perceived texture of the geometric feature wallpaper. Ambient and cool.
Hidden LED strip lighting radiates with a warmth that traditional filament lighting often fails to create. The umbra emanates from beyond the super-sized mirror and along the edge of the stairs; adding an easy-to-achieve touch of urban sophistication to any space.
Who could fail to be impressed with these gorgeous step lights? LED strips for maximum impact. Superb.
This amazing S-shaped strip light creates a stark contrast between the darkness of the negative space and the cold, curvaceousness of the white luminescence. Stunning.
The bedroom lends itself generously to ambient lighting, and this strip wall light brings a comforting, warm glow to this beautifully minimalist space.
Few of us have spaces as large as this in the home, but the principle is interesting enough to adapt to large or long hallways or rooms. Most rooms are square which can be a little boring – but these strip-LEDs sweep in exponential diagonals, presenting a softer aspect for this funky workspace. Right angles aren’t always the way to go.
This diagonal, irregular square within a square adds a jaunty, slightly disorientating perspective. Inset LEDs are so cheap to run and send out a strong luminescence. This could be all the lighting you need for a wooden-clad corridor.
LED strips add sophisticated elevation to this fantastic bedroom. The downlighting surrounding the bed and the end-wall LED frame lift this space into the realms of urbane cool.
These hidden strip lights introduce a safety feature with impeccable styling. Wooden stairs are made for illumination; highlighting the natural beauty of the timber’s grain. Fantastic.
The horizontal, parallel LEDs stretching across this internal corner emphasises the texture of the slatted cladding while highlighting a marvellous sense of perspective. Stunning.
This stunning wall light is such a simple idea – but aren’t all the best ideas the most simple ones? This single strip warms up this gorgeous hallway with a glow that reflects calm energy into the space. Striking.
This beautiful bedroom benefits from a picture window and the illusion of a three-dimensional frame. These LEDs give a cosy dormer effect in this perfectly square space. Another way that strip-lighting adds a deceptive angularity. Fantastic.
Forget that this is an elevator corridor and picture this at the end of your hallway or landing. The geometric paneling is highlighted with hidden strip-LEDs, giving this area a space-age feature that’s adaptable and ambient. Colour-changing LEDs will add versatility to the atmosphere.