20 lighting trends for 2024 to give your home a glow-up

rustic kitchen living room with herringbone floor and layered lighting scheme
(Image credit: Industville)

Armed with the latest lighting trends you will be able to create a home that not only looks stunning, but also one that is easily adapted to suit whatever is going on at the time — from a cosy night in to preparing dinner for the family. 

In the world of lighting design, new products and ideas are almost constantly being developed so it is a really good idea to ensure you are up to speed with the latest offerings. 

Lucy Mather
Lucy Mather

Lucy Mather is an interiors expert at online homeware retailer Arighi Bianchi.

Michael Silltoe
Michael Sillitoe

Design Manager at Nulty Bespoke, Michael Sillitoe, crafts the most unique lighting pieces, befitting the most beautiful spaces. Having formerly produced luminaires and installations globally for Swarovski, David Gill Galleries and Isometrix, Michael loves to explore the challenges that come with working with light, especially where form, materiality, and finishes are concerned.

Mara Rypacek Miller
Mara Rypacek Miller

Mara is founder and managing director of lighting specialists Industville.

Hugh Metcalf

Hugh is editor of sister title Livingetc.com and former digital editor of homebuilding.co.uk. He has worked on a range of home, design and property magazines, including Grand Designs, Essential Kitchens, Bathrooms, Bedrooms and Good Homes. Hugh has developed a passion for modern architecture and green homes, and moonlights as an interior designer, having designed and managed projects ranging from single rooms to whole house renovations and large extensions. He's currently renovating his own Victorian terrace in Essex, DIYing as much of the work as possible. He's recently finished his kitchen renovation, which involved knocking through walls, and landscaping a courtyard garden, and is currently working on a bathroom renovation.