When should you go bespoke with your lighting scheme?

An exclusive interview with Homes & Gardens

Paul Nulty sat down with Homes & Gardens and shared his top tips for introducing bespoke light fixtures into your space.

‘The power of light is really underestimated. It’s a cliché to say that good lighting can make a bad space look good or a good space look bad, but it’s more than that. I think it’s about emotionally engaging people in their space and – whether it’s residents, hotels, or retail – it is about giving people a unique interaction with their space,’ says Paul.

If you’re looking to take the space one step further, though, Paul says that bespoke feature light fixtures are the way to go. These light features should be ‘beautiful in themselves,’ a non-vital yet eye-catching addition to any space.

Nulty Bespoke, a sister company of Nulty, create custom fixtures for clients ranging from homeowners to architects to interior designers. And after designing many bespoke pieces over the years, Paul says some common threads started to arise.

Inspired by those reoccurring themes, Nulty Bespoke recently launched three semi-customizable lines of light fixtures: Perla, Planetary and On the Wing. The collections take inspiration from the natural world, each based on a different feature of the great outdoors. And clients can easily customize the standard products to better suit their spaces.

Read the full article here.

View Collections by Nulty Bespoke here.