Lumiluxe Lighting

Unlike many brands we supply at Emotive Earth, Lumiluxe has a short history and launched its first lights in 2019. That first collection, a range of eye-catching contemporary design styles from smaller pendants to larger lights for both home decor and hospitality markets, has earned worldwide praise.

Based in Australia, Lumiluxe’s designs follow a modern Scandinavian aesthetic, with options in both classic and innovative designs that make a statement in the rooms they illuminate. Emotive Earth supplies several of Lumiluxe’s pendant lights:

  • Sync Tube in black or white finish
  • Neuron in black, white, nickel or brass finish
  • Kinetic in black/brass or white/nickel finish
  • Carbon in black or brass finish
  • Solar in a black finish in 40 or 60 cm sizes

Lumiluxe’s light fixtures are perfect for illuminating centres of the home, like dining areas, kitchen benches and living areas.

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Why should I choose Lumiluxe Lighting?

  • Contemporary Designs

    The Lumiluxe catalogue offers contemporary light fixtures that pair well with contemporary and modern decor.

  • 100% Australian Owned

    While Lumiluxe is the height of European design, the company is 100% based in Australia.

  • Innovative

    The minimalist design of Lumiluxe interior lighting hides modern energy-efficient LED technology within.

LED Lighting Basics

Purchasing LED lighting is a bit different from traditional lights. LEDs are more energy efficient than conventional lights. Therefore, you’ll need to keep a few things in mind when you buy.

  • Lumens, Not Watts

    We’re used to judging how bright a light is by its wattage: commonly used household lighting uses 25, 40, 60, 75, and in some cases, 100-watt bulbs. LED lighting is much more efficient: a 2-watt LED bulb uses the same power as a 25w standard bulb. LED lighting manufacturers use lumens instead to describe brightness. An 800-lumen LED bulb will produce the same amount of light as a 60-watt standard bulb and is great for general use applications throughout the home. For more subtle lighting, opt for under 800 lumens, and over for brighter lighting.

  • Colour Temperature

    You may have seen the terms “warm” and “cool” on the bulbs you have bought. This is called colour temperature and is measured in Kelvin (K). “Warm” whites have a temperature of 2700-3500K, and a yellow or orange tint similar to light at sunrise or sunset. “Cool” whites have a temperature over 3500K and a neutral appearance, often with a slightly bluish tint.

  • Beam Angle

    Beam angle refers to how concentrated a beam of light is. A narrow beam angle (15-45°) is best for accent or highlight lighting, while wider beam angles are better for general usage.

  • IP Rating

    If you are installing your lighting in an area exposed to dust, moisture, or liquids, the IP rating – how water-resistant or waterproof an object is – will be critical. The rating consists of two digits, the first, how dustproof the object is, and the second, how waterproof it is, with 69 the maximum rating. For general lighting, however, IP 44 is most common, with a rating of at least IP 65 or higher for outdoor uses.

We can help you find the right lights for your space that make a statement. Call us on 1300 774 267


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