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About the Lamp Report

Discover all the latest breakthroughs in home lighting and state-of-the-art light fixtures with the Lamp Trend Report. In our report, you will find an array of cutting edge designs -- like unique ceiling lights and camouflage outdoor lamps -- that have become popular among consumers. From LED lamps and lighting accessories to solar lamps and eco-friendly light bulbs, our research uncovers the best lights for the home, office and garden.

Who It's For

Our research will benefit a breadth of professionals in varying industries. Whether you are involved in home decor and interior designing, or are a global conglomerate specializing in home appliances, our crowd-sourced research will accelerate the creative process while helping boost innovation.

Leverage the data in the Lamp Trend Report to construct sound strategy and build new ideas to launch your products into the appropriate consumer markets.

The Lamp Trend Report, last published on Oct 07, 2014, includes 80 PRO Trends and 400 examples of lamp market research and lamp consumer trends related to: light bulbs, appliances, light fixtures, LED lights, solar lamps and lamp trends.

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Methodology

Our lamp research is based on Trend Hunter's crowdsourced lamp articles and 2,115,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

Report Contents

• 80 Lamp PRO Trends = 80 Powerpoint Pages Lamp PPT Report
• 400 Lamp Examples

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• 56 Lamp Videos (Online) Lamp Videos
• 2,400 Lamp Images (Online) Lamp Images
• Additional Niche Reports (with a full subscription): Art Deco, Art, Bed, Museum, Contemporary Art, Storage, Fantasy, Lighting, Mirror, Tattoos, Paint, Street Art, Photo Editing, Business Card, Sculpture, Sofa, Paper, Chair, Restaurant, Flowers, Bath, Dining, Digital Art, Lamp, Graffiti, Bookshelf, Lawn Furniture, Jack-O-Lantern, Candle, Sink and more!



Sample Lamp Pro Trends

Each Lamp PRO Trend is on its own slide with implications, a quantified score, and examples linked to online lamp articles, videos and images. Examples:

Nostalgia Brew As consumers shift to prioritize convenience, coffee culture sees a backlash Implications - The term 'coffee connoisseur' is being taken a step further with consumers opting for time-heavy methods to making the perfect cup. Despite convenience culture seeing an increase in popularity, this shift to archaic or tedious methods of preparation denote consumer preference for quality over quantity.
Nostalgia Brew
As consumers shift to prioritize convenience, coffee culture sees a backlash
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Connected Cleaning Household chores are made easier with the use of apps and mobile technology Implications - Seeking to make household chores less cumbersome, consumers are turning to apps and beacon technology to make such activities more streamlined. Adding features like automation and digital programming to tasks like laundry, consumers are seeking to make chores more digitally adaptable, reflecting a need to stay connected, even during routine, everyday tasks.
Connected Cleaning
Household chores are made easier with the use of apps and mobile technology
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Intentionally Rustic Consumers look to obviously upcycled design elements to convey originality Implications - Beyond the obvious eco benefits of upcycled goods, consumers are looking to intentionally rustic design aesthetics to convey their hip originality. As young consumers grow weary of adult life, the incorporation of recycled goods maintains a unique aesthetic despite lifestyle changes.
Intentionally Rustic
Consumers look to obviously upcycled design elements to convey originality
7 Examples + Score + Implications


Experiential Audio The ubiquity of sound has consumers relying on audio to define experiences Implications - With soundtracks serving to enhance movie-going experiences, consumers are extending that sentiment into real life with mood-enhancing audio. Using devices and apps that add music to everyday situations, consumers are using sounds to add definition and meaning to mundane activities. This reflects the need to extend entertainment experiences beyond the big screen and into everyday life.
Experiential Audio
The ubiquity of sound has consumers relying on audio to define experiences
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Audio Integration Unexpected items are infused with auditory tech to meet demand for enhancement Implications - The rudimentary design of speakers and headphones has been exhausted, which has prompted the integration of auditory elements into unexpected items. Products like pillows and light bulbs are featuring speakers to the delight of consumers who are looking for enhanced product design and experience.
Audio Integration
Unexpected items are infused with auditory tech to meet demand for enhancement
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Illusory Design Minimalism expands to utilize a floating and levitation-focused aesthetic Implications - Consumers are increasingly warming to a minimalist aesthetic in design and are seeking the next level of sparse design, which is coming in the form of illusion. Utilizing magnets and other clever means, the designs further eliminate clutter and signify a preference for a playful but sleek aesthetic in design.
Illusory Design
Minimalism expands to utilize a floating and levitation-focused aesthetic
6 Examples + Score + Implications


Deformalized Decor As consumers downsize, the décor industry offers compensational play Implications - The push backwards from suburb to city living is seeing consumers shift from house to condominium, which is fueling a desire for playful home décor. Concerned less with the status associated with a large home, consumers are looking to juvenile accouterments to express prestige and a hip aesthetic as compensation.
Deformalized Decor
As consumers downsize, the décor industry offers compensational play
6 Examples + Score + Implications


Digital Mundane Seeking efficiency, consumers turn to mobile methods of everyday chores Implications - While maintaining household and familial obligations is often top priority, daily responsibilities can weigh heavily on consumers looking for ways to relax and unwind. Seeking to maintain everyday efficiency in a more convenient manner, consumers are turning to mobile apps and high-tech gadgets to manage such things as cooking and appliances in a more pragmatic way. Mobile methods of at-home management speak to a desire for less time-consuming, and more digitally efficient techniques of everyday living.
Digital Mundane
Seeking efficiency, consumers turn to mobile methods of everyday chores
7 Examples + Score + Implications


PLUS 74 more Lamp PRO Trends and 400 examples!



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