This stone-built home in South Yorkshire features striking architecture and a wonderfully rich blend of textures and materials. The lighting has been beautifully integrated with the architecture and interior design with some magical results.
Lush fabrics and materials are complemented by discreet, energy efficient lighting
The front of the house offers a welcoming and secure entrance to the house. LED lighting washes the stone and timber and the lighting is controlled by the house-wide Lutron Homeworks system.
The 85" plasma in the TV lounge is matched with a custom-built sound bar underhung below the TV. With all equipment hidden away, this is an incredibly high-end yet discreet TV room.
The massive oak staircase is "floated" off the wall using discreet shadow gap lighting.
Layers of light build up a luxurious feel in this master bedroom
The TV snug off the master bedroom is a morning bolt-hole. Simple, elegant wall lights provide simple light alongside the wonderful natural daylight.
Simple and discreet LED lighting provides effective mirror lighting and subtle accent lighting for the niches.
Decorative and architectural fittings combine to provide layers of light in the main hallway.