If you’ve been following my posts recently you’ll have seen that I’m in the process of saving for my first house, eek! But what excites me more than anything is furnishing the house, I’ve been so busy pinning on pinterest and tracking down the much coveted items over the last few months, and on the blog so far I’ve covered living room essentials and garden furniture which brings me to today’s introduction to outdoor lighting. Helping to complete the dream living space, I stumbled across Nest who offer beautifully simplistic and Scandic looking lighting that is perfect for outdoor spaces too. If you’re trying to piece together your dream home, these Nest beauties might help to inspire you too!
I’m such a fan of industrial styled hanging light bulbs, they offer an eccentric charm which I just love – I’ll have to thank pinterest for this obsession! I know that industrial light bulbs aren’t everyone’s cup of tea, so this Marset Santorini Pendant Light is the perfect in between light that oozes style, but is still a classic design that would fit into any home. I can imagine that one of these hanging would look great in a bedroom or hallway.
With my heart set on industrial styled lighting for my interior, I can afford to be a bit more adventurous outdoors. Hopefully I will have a little garden in the first house that I buy, and I want to be able to transform it into a relaxing little paradise. Nest Outdoor lights are so different to your standards patio lights. These suspension lights look a bit futuristic, but comprise of such a beautiful curved shape that makes them blend in perfectly to your outside area. With lights as bright as this you can read well in to the evening even when it gets dark, and it creates the perfect cosy environment for star watching!
Another favourite of mine from the collection is this simple mount wall-light. This low voltage light can be stuck to almost any flat surface, including decking, ceilings or even walls in your house. I think they would look so nice dotted around the edge of decking for a subtle bit of light. Perfect for garden parties and evening gatherings, when the weather allows of course…
Even though this range of lighting is targeted to inject some life into your garden, they could definitely be used for your interior too! This designer range may seem expensive, but they’re timeless pieces that are set to last against the damaging effects of good old British weather! Don’t forget to check out the rest of Nest’s outdoor range of lighting!
I have a copper themed wishlist post coming next week, if you’re as obsessed with copper as me I think you might like it! Have you heard of Nest before? Which light is your favourite?
*This post has been written in collaboration with Nest, but all opinions are honest, and are 100% my own.