Jess and I were out in the tiny house a few days ago, trying to mark out all the places I’d need to run wiring to for lighting and outlets. I was trying to convey to her how I wanted to set up the lighting, and it turned out the easiest way to convey the ‘modern lighting’ look I was going for was to simply show her!
My main goal in making the pico house the absolutely best looking tiny house there is, is to keep everything extremely clean, minimal, and modern. Lighting is quite possibly the most important part of this equation, and I have one rule about ligthing:
[box type=”note” size=”large” style=”rounded” border=”full”]I don’t want to see a single light bulb directly – only indirectly.[/box]
Indirect light is the goal. There’s really no reason for me to go on explaining this; I’ll simply show you the mood board I’ve created that is the inspiration for our indirect, LED lighting for the pico house. (click the image for a larger view)
So this is the inspiration I will be pulling from for the lighting in Pico House. You won’t see a single LED light source, but the indirect result of those sources will provide a warm, modern, cozy tiny house living space that feels like a five star hotel.