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From pen­dants and sconces, to chan­de­liers and ta­ble lamps, we show you how to cre­ate at­mos­phere with light­ing, what­ever the sea­son

Gayle Wailes’ home is !lled with state­ment light­ing – from an­tique chan­de­liers to in­dus­trial-style pen­dants (tour her home from page 68) – and has in­spired Mag­gie Steven­son to ex­plore how we can use light­ing to daz­zling e"ect


A suc­cess­ful light­ing scheme is de­signed to be multi-func­tional, pro­vid­ing clear light for close ac­tiv­i­ties, such as read­ing, and gen­tler light for re­lax­ing. Ceil­ing fit­tings, how­ever strik­ing, should never be the only light source. A lay­ered ar­range­ment of dimmable wall, ta­ble, floor and ceil­ing lights is more flex­i­ble.

Turner sofa, £POA; Jo­ce­lyn cof­fee ta­ble, £4,252; Haven ac­cent ta­ble, £510; Lorena chan­de­lier, £4,252; Kassy ta­ble lamps in Teal, £617 each, all Ar­te­ri­ors.

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