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Professional Lighting services

Lighting directly impacts the look and mood of a place (Indoor / outdoor), so it’s important to consider the overall effect you’re trying to create, be it a light and bright ambience or a cosier feel accented with subtle shadows etc . Adyxa luminaires redefine the art of indoor/ outdoor lighting by providing the styling, efficiency and performance you desire for retail lighting, office lighting and hospitality lighting & outdoor lighting .

Indoor Lighting

To guarantee energy efficiency and visual comfort we always focus on the installation context and then work backwards to create the best possible optic technology. Developments in colour reproduction, Human Centric Lighting and connectivity are the frontiers of innovation we use to increase wonder through light.  Indoor lights whether casual, contemporary, eclectic, modern, transitional, or simply traditional, Adyxa Lighting are the perfect way to achieve your desired fashion or functional needs.

If you’re looking to upgrade your outdoor lighting into something special, here are some things to consider —

Keep It Soft

Use of ultra soft lighting in indoor is most desirable for impacting and enjoyable retreat. Small wrought-iron wall sconces provide warm accent lighting around the mirrors, while a simple hanging pendant takes the place of harsh recessed lighting.

Add a Colorful Accent

To keep a white room from looking bland , we need  to add colorful light fixtures for a subtle pop of color, like these metallic gold bedside lamps. The gold tones are a perfect accompaniment to hot pink bed linens, while giving a burst of color to the crisp, white nightstands.

Optimise your Ceiling

To brighten a room add a coat of shiny metallic paint to the ceiling. The paint reflects the recessed lighting in this elegant kitchen to create a dramatic look that isn’t costly or time-consuming to put together.

Match with Outside

A combination of accent and garden lighting showcases the natural landscaping and soothing poolside stream. The subtle lighting from the fireplace and candle alcoves helps to create a warm and inviting outdoor space.

Impacting Welcoming

An etched glass pendant is the perfect piece to illuminate the foyer, and an eye-catching candle vignette adds a soft glow to the entry table. So  to determine the correct size for a fixture  adding together the length and width of your room. The result in feet will be the fixture size in inches.

OutDoor Lighting

Well-executed outdoor lighting enhances architectural detail and plays up landscape features, casting your home in the best possible light and adding an abundance of curb appeal.

Outdoor lighting also adds value , an investment in outdoor lighting can yield a 50% return. “When you pull into a driveway and see a gorgeous home, you’re going to pay more for it,”

If you’re looking to upgrade your outdoor lighting into something special, here are some things to consider —

Comfort

Trees and awnings aren’t just great adornments for your yard; they provide much needed shade for you to sit outdoors comfortably and safely. Install LED outdoor lighting for night, which is less likely to attract mosquitoes than incandescent lights.

 Safety

Since evenings are prime-time for summer entertaining, outdoor lighting is an essential safety measure. Start by considering where you need to increase visibility. Choose outdoor post-mounted lanterns near driveways or stair railings and wall-mounted lanterns next to doors for ease of access and to welcome guests. For deck stairs or terraced paths, don’t forget step lights to aid in navigation. And thoroughly check outdoor railings, steps, decks and porches to make sure they are steady and that no nails or boards have come loose.

Beauty

Your yard is an extension of your home, so don’t let design and style fall by the wayside when planning its look. For a touch of natural beauty, consider planting a flower garden to attract butterflies and humming birds. The interplay of outdoor light and shadow adds magic to the night. By carefully placing accent lights at upward or downward angles and using wall wash lighting, you can silhouette trees and direct shadows. “Illuminate paths and define edges where the garden or grass meet walkways,”.

Energy savings

Don’t let your exterior spaces drive up your home’s energy bills. Lasting up to 40,000 hours – about 15 years – led fixtures use 75% less energy than incandescent lights. “Since outdoor lighting is often left on all night or for many hours at a time, savings from LED lighting can really add up,” .

Techniques we use in outdoor lighting :

  • Highlight Trees . Whether illumined from below or given presence by a light mounted in the tree itself, trees make stunning features.
  • Use uplights. Uplighting is dramatic because we expect light to shine downward. Used in moderation, it’s a great way to highlight architectural and landscaping features.
  • Have a focus. The entryway is often center stage, a way of saying, “Welcome, this way in.”
  • Combine beauty and function. For example, adding lighting to plantings along a pathway breaks up the “runway” look of too many lights strung alongside a walk.
  • Vary the fixtures. While the workhorses are spots and floods, designers turn to a wide range of fixtures, area lights, step lights, and bollards or post lights.
  • Stick to warm light. A rainbow of colors is possible, but most designers avoid anything but warm white light, preferring to showcase the house and its landscape rather than create a light show.
  • Orchestrate. A timer, with confirmation from a photocell, brings the display to life as the sun sets. At midnight it shuts shut down everything but security lighting. Some homeowners even set the timer to light things up an hour or so before dawn.