Lighting design is a fairly simple concept. Tiny homes create a few design challenges, but the lighting principles remain the same. Let’s explore those principles so that you have the best experience living in your tiny dwelling.
Starbucks. It’s iconic. You see it in movies like The Devil Wears Prada, You’ve Got Mail, The Proposal and about 40 more. With coffee bars and stations being the hot thing for 2018, Starbucks themes are perfect for tiny homes.
When I’m doing any themed design, one of the first elements I nail down is the color scheme. It’s going to make most of your decisions easier and the color sets the mood of a room.
I’m an experiential designer. What that means is that I design complete experiences rather than simply picking a theme and putting that skin on whatever I’m designing. There’s a difference between decorating a house in a country style and designing every element in the house to embody a rustic Northwoods look or give the house the feel of a summer beach cabin in the woods or a French Country Cottage in the countryside. The idea is to create an aesthetic; a feel. It’s not just a look; we want people to feel something. We want to immerse them in the experience we’re trying to create.