Lamps for the home

Lighting is more than just a practical necessity; it's a vital part of your home's aesthetic and atmosphere. At ANTIDARK, we understand the importance of choosing the right lighting for each room, and we're here to guide you through the process.

Read on to discover room-specific tips and strategies, and how to choose and position light sources to create the perfect mood in your home.

At ANTIDARK, we’re dedicated to offering lighting solutions that combine style and quality. Whether you’re looking for advice for a specific room or a general lighting guide, our collection of lights are both minimalist and timeless, designed to illuminate your home with elegance and efficiency.

Considerations when choosing lights and lamps in private homes

When choosing lighting for your home, there are several important factors to consider that can affect both the functionality and mood of your spaces.

Here are some key considerations you can take into account to create a lighting plan that is not only beautiful and functional, but also economical.

The function of the room:

Consider the room's primary use. A kitchen requires bright and functional light over work areas, while a bedroom benefits from softer, more subdued lighting that promotes relaxation.

Energy consumption:

LED bulbs are more energy efficient and have a longer lifespan than traditional incandescent bulbs. Consider energy efficiency to reduce your home's energy consumption and save on your electricity bill.

Placement and installation:

Consider the placement of light sources carefully. Properly placed lighting can emphasise architectural details, artwork and other design elements in your home.

Light intensity and colour temperature:

The brightness and colour temperature can dramatically affect the atmosphere in a room. Warm light creates cosiness and is ideal for living rooms and bedrooms, while cooler light can increase concentration and is great for home offices.

Design and aesthetics:

The design of the lamp should complement the style of the room. ANTIDARK's minimalist and timeless Danish design can be integrated into many different interior design styles, adding both functionality and elegance.


The ability to dim light sources allows you to adjust the lighting according to the time of day and desired mood, which is especially useful in multifunctional spaces.

Lighting for different rooms in the house

The bathroom is a place for well-being and relaxation, and the lighting should reflect this. Our bathroom lighting guide gives you the best advice on how to choose lights that are not only functional but also emphasise the bathroom’s design. From mirror lighting to mood lighting, we have the tips you need.

The dining table is often the heart of the home, where family and friends gather. Our guide to choosing a dining table lamp will help you find the perfect lamp that combines functionality with a design that complements your dining area.

The kitchen requires special consideration when it comes to lighting. It’s not only a workspace, but also a social space. Our kitchen lighting guide covers everything from task lighting to mood lighting, so you can create a kitchen that’s both practical and inviting.

In the bedroom, creating a peaceful atmosphere is essential. Our bedroom lighting guide focuses on creating a calm atmosphere with lighting that promotes relaxation and well-being, so you can get the best night’s sleep.

Outdoor lighting welcomes your guests and creates a warm atmosphere. Our outdoor lighting guide gives you tips on choosing the right light sources that are not only practical and durable, but also enhance your home’s outdoor aesthetic.

Explore our collection

Discover how light can transform your home with ANTIDARK’s exclusive collection. From atmospheric living room lighting to functional kitchen lights, our collection includes many different designs – explore our collection of table lamps, ceiling lights, wall lights and more.

Home lighting FAQ

Among other things, you need to consider the function of the room and choose your lights accordingly. For example, a kitchen requires a lot of light, whereas a living room needs more cosy lighting.
Consider the light intensity as well as the colour temperature and whether the light should be dimmable.
Always comply with the installation requirements.

When it comes to choosing a light source, many people opt for either an integrated LED or a GU10 bulb. Read about the difference and what you should choose here: LIGHT SOURCES.