How To Light A Minimalist Interior With Single Circuit Tracks & Strips

Minimalist interiors can raise questions when it comes to lighting. The furniture and accessories have been honed down to the perfect level of sparse, so do you top off the refined scheme with a stand-out sputnik chandelier over the living room? How about a network of spotlights, or just put it all inside the walls? These two minimalist apartments, designed and visualised by Z Design, are great examples of how to make lighting a main feature, without it being a feature at all… Find rooms lit with recessed perimeter light strips, tucked around ceiling seams and baseboards, plus sleek installations of the latest single circuit track lighting systems with repositionable spotlights to cover all bases.

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