The dining room is increasingly becoming a welcoming meeting point in everyday life: not only do family and friends gather around the dining table at dinner time, it is also a place for parties and cosy get-togethers. In this respect, the focused illumination of the dining table plays an important role. Only proper lighting creates a festive board in the dining room, on which the food, drinks and the table decorations are effectively highlighted – a cosy island of light that invites you to stay. This means that the table takes centre stage and becomes the impressive highlight of the room. Here, the persons sitting
around the table enjoy their meal in a subdued diffused light.
Most of the times, the zone lighting is provided by a pendant light such as the Marset Discocó 53. The pendant light softly diffuses its light in all directions, while the major part is directed downwards. This designer light also visually upgrades the dining room with its unique look that is reminiscent of flower blossoms. As a general rule, it is important to make sure that the distance between the pendant light and the table is neither too large nor too small. A distance of at least 60 cm between the
tabletop and the luminaire is considered to be optimum. This way, the light that is emitted through open lampshades does not dazzle you and you are still able to see the persons at the table. Flexibility is provided by continuously adjustable lights such as the Twin. This pendant light by the German provider Serien Lighting can be adjusted in width and height thanks to the concertina principle – the ideal solution for an extendable table.
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Artemide Tolomeo Sospensione
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Louis Poulsen PH
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If no power outlet is located centrally above the dining table, decentralised
sweeping arm, the icon among the floor lamps, in this case the modern LED version, leans over the dining table and emits its light through a satin or a parchment shade and thereby suffuses it with a warm-white, homey light bath. Here, the rope pull system ensures stability in every position.
However, light fixtures in the dining room can take over other tasks than only the illumination of the dining table. Paintings or art objects often serve as decorative elements in this room. Beautiful cupboards and precious shelves are also often part of the interior design. These items can be impressively highlighted by means of
are experts of focused lighting and are therefore a smart solution for artworks. Their focused rays of light trace the outlines and generate marvellous shadows. The quick and easy assembly as well as the low space requirements are the advantages of a clip-on light, for instance, the Artemide Tolomeo Micro Pinza. This practical light source also offers the opportunity to place particular emphasis on selected objects – due to its exemplary flexibility spontaneous changes do not present any problems.
Ambient lighting for dining room
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Zone lighting for dining tables
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Mood lighting in the dining room
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Further accents can be created in a dining room: light fixtures supplying
Luceplan Titania offer an incomparable lighting scenario and thereby add a dash of colours to the dining room: while it emits a clear white light downwards and upwards, its body is illuminated depending on the colours of the inserted colour filters. Pure creative extravagance is symbolised by the
If you prefer ambient lighting instead of zone lighting in the dining room, it is recommended to make use of ceiling
lights, wall lamps or floor lamps that diffuse their light in all directions. If the dining table is large and representative it is also possible to install a chandelier, for instance, the Serien Lighting Zoom which cuts a great figure here. On the one hand, this impressive lustre completely illuminates the room and on the other hand, it adds a touch of elegant grandeur to its surrounding area.