Top Trends in Designer Lighting: Organic Lighting

Top Trends in Designer Lighting: Organic Lighting

Organic lighting has become an increasingly popular design trend in recent years, as more and more people are looking to incorporate natural and organic materials into their homes. By using materials such as marble, alabaster, wood, rattan, clay, and others, organic lighting fixtures add depth, texture, and warmth to any space, creating a beautiful and stylish ambiance.

One of the defining characteristics of organic lighting is the use of materials that are inspired by nature. Earthy tones and unique shapes that mimic natural elements are often incorporated into the design, giving the lighting fixtures a warm and inviting feel.

While rattan and bamboo lighting have been popular for many years, in 2023, we've seen the rise of natural stones like marble, alabaster, onyx, and travertine as the must-have materials in organic lighting. These stones are perfect for creating lighting fixtures that exude elegance and sophistication.

Let's break down some of the materials used in organic lighting and explore how they can be incorporated into your space. 

Marble Lighting

Marble, for example, is a versatile material that comes in a range of colours and patterns, making it an excellent choice for creating lighting fixtures that match any interior design style. Lamp bases or shades made from marble have a smooth surface that looks refined and sophisticated, adding a touch of luxury to any room. Delie Collection | Organic Lighting | Nook Collections

Alabaster Lighting

Alabaster is a translucent stone that is often used to create lamp shades. Its soft and delicate appearance creates a warm and inviting glow, making it the perfect material for creating ambient lighting. The natural veining and colour variations in alabaster make each piece unique and add a touch of organic beauty to any space.
Ilona Wall Light | Organic Lighting | Nook Collections

Rattan Lighting

Rattan, still an extremely popular choice for organic lighting is a lightweight and flexible material that is often used to create lamp shades or woven accents on lighting fixtures. It is a natural and sustainable material that is perfect for creating a tropical or coastal style. Rattan has a natural texture that adds depth and dimension to any lighting fixture.Tahiti Wall Light | Organic Lighting | Nook Collections

Wood Lighting

Wood is a timeless material that is often used in organic lighting. It is a warm and natural material that adds a sense of comfort and cosiness to any space. Wood can be used to create lamp bases, shades, or even chandeliers. The natural grain and colour variations in wood add character and depth to any lighting fixture.I-Slim Collection by LZF | Organic Lighting | Nook Collections


Clay Lighting & Ceramic Lighting

Clay is another material commonly used in organic lighting, especially for creating handmade or artisanal lighting fixtures. Clay is a natural material that can be moulded by hand, allowing for a more organic and handmade look. This material can be left unglazed, which gives it a more rustic and natural appearance. Additionally, clay can be fired at high temperatures, which makes it very durable and resistant to heat and wear. 

Pearl Wall Light | Organic Lighting | Nook Collections  


In conclusion, organic lighting is an excellent way to bring the natural environment into your home in a functional and stylish way. It adds texture, warmth, and depth to any space, creating an ambiance that is both relaxing and inviting. 

Explore our collection today and transform your space into a beautifully organic and effortlessly stylish space.