Multiuse designs provide ideal pieces for efficiency minded spaces.
Wall coverings add spark to a room, and don’t have to consist of just paint or wallpaper. Incorporating lighting into wall treatments is an original way to add a stylish and functional element to plain walls, and the following are a few ways designers are putting up the spotlight.
The team at MeyStyle have experience in interactive design and theater that brings that extra something to their interior fabrications. They have combined lighting and wallpaper to come up with an interesting application.
Softly illuminating decorations can be dimmed to create just the right ambiance. Composed of energy efficient LED’s, the lighting is also long lasting.
These original wall lamps feature various animal friends. The idea for the playful lights comes from designer Chen Bikovski. The idea was generated from the art of origami and interactive, pop-up style children’s books.
In addition to the light coming on when the switch is pulled the characters come to life, too. Deer, owls, and peacocks brighten up the space and offer a friendly atmosphere.
This peculiar concept from designer Kicki Edgren Nyborg takes wallpaper and rids it of its obligation to a flat presentation. The decorated surfaces hides a secret set of lights that pulls out of the wall or places functional shelving units in the design.
From Jonas Samson, this whimsical wallpaper has embedded lights that can be turned on and off with a switch. In the off position the wallpaper presents a stylish surface, but when it is on, a whole new look lights up the wall.
The wall treatment can be displayed in various patterns that can be changed up as desired.
Taking room essentials like wall surfaces and lighting and uniting them lends to a unique way of fixing up a space.
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