Eleven Unique Lighting Ideas to Brighten Your Home

Good lighting can breathe new life and personality into any room, but some lights can be real show-stoppers. Here are some unique examples we found this week

June 22, 2016

This mason-jar lighting fixture oozes hipster charm, and would be as perfect in a loft as in a rancher or country home
Source: Touch of Modern
These delightful balloon lamps would be perfect in a kid's room – or even for adults who like a bit of whimsy in their life
Source: Bored Panda
Let your imagination wonder what lies beyond, with this light that makes it seem as if the walls are peeling away to a whole new world
Source: Yoy Idea
Minimalist style doesn't have to be boring, and a case in point are these colourful pendant lights
Source: Archiproducts
Are you a fan of birds? Check out this classic chandelier married with a flurry of bright feathers
Source: Trendir
These lights are perfect for brightening up wine enthusiasts' home
Source: Design and Ideas
Composed of approximately 15,000 hand-strung acrylic gummy bears, this chandelier is definitely not something you'd easily find in the store. Interested? It is available for purchase online, for a cool $6,500
Source: Bored Panda
These fish lamps almost look as if they're really about to swim into the floor
Source: Bored Panda
Are you an avid cyclist? Have a look at these old gears and bicycle chains that were transformed into beautiful chandeliers
Source: Upcycle That, Bored Panda
For those with a passion for ice cream, these may be the lights for you
Source: Bored Panda
Another lighting idea for a kids' room is this adorable birdhouse nightlight
Source: Inhabitots

Joanne Yen is the multimedia marketing designer at and Real Estate Weekly newspaper. She has a background in graphic design, event marketing and video production.
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