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About the Lighting Report

The Lighting Trend Report features the latest developments from small businesses to large companies like IKEA and Home Outfitters. Our research highlights the latest innovations in Christmas lights, LED lights, chandelier designs and artistic lamps. By investigating the latest consumer needs, businesses can expand their current market to include buyers with a wide range of tastes.

Who It's For

Whether your company is looking for design inspiration for reading lights, mirror lights, or other bulb-related appliances, the Lighting Trend Report will benefit all in furniture design and home appliance manufacturing. Our report features creative lamp designs from IKEA, as well as the innovations of small home decorating agencies.

Companies can use the Lighting Report to inspire new product design and marketing strategies that reflect consumer preferences.

The Lighting Trend Report, last published on May 26, 2015, includes 217 PRO Trends and 1,085 examples of lighting market research and lighting consumer trends related to: Christmas lights, LED lights, chandelier, lamps, design and lighting trends.

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Our lighting research is based on Trend Hunter's crowdsourced lighting articles and 2,372,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

Report Contents

• 217 Lighting PRO Trends = 217 Powerpoint Pages Lighting PPT Report
• 1,085 Lighting Examples

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• 152 Lighting Videos (Online) Lighting Videos
• 6,510 Lighting Images (Online) Lighting 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 Lighting Pro Trends

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

Branded Cognition Multisensory experiences create emotional connections within consumers Implications - Branded multisensory experiences covertly engage consumers on an emotional level, strengthening pre-existing ties to the brand and boosting subconscious accessibility. In playing up subtle yet recognizable stimuli, brands can reach consumers in an intimate, emotional way that is sure to resonate as a more positive and memorable relationship.
Branded Cognition
Multisensory experiences create emotional connections within consumers
8 Examples + Score + Implications


Astro-Tourism Companies move into space travel for consumers looking to experience the cosmos Implications - By going literally above and beyond earthly sightseeing, voyages to outer space appeal to the consumer who is seeking the ultimate form of escape that goes beyond any obscure earthly location or interesting piece of entertainment. This ultra-escapism is especially attractive in the information age, where virtually all information is accessible through one click, and true escape is becoming increasingly rare.
Astro-Tourism
Companies move into space travel for consumers looking to experience the cosmos
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Systematic Scent Seeking to heighten ambiance, consumers turn to systems that circulate scents Implications - Moving beyond traditional air fresheners and scented candles, home owners are turning to high-tech fragrance systems to heighten appeal. Opting for automated solutions that integrate elements like Piezo technology, consumers are able to disperse and deliver scents around the house without the need to monitor. This speaks to a need to improve one's surroundings in a more autonomous and subtle way.
Systematic Scent
Seeking to heighten ambiance, consumers turn to systems that circulate scents
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Experiential Eating Consumers search for themed dining experience to satiate a need for adventure Implications - Experiential dining is on the rise as consumers' appetite for adventure increases. Restaurants, bars and cafes that cater to this thrill-seeking behavior are turning to immersive spaces to really drive the theme home, suggesting that consumers are responding to more extreme forms of design and decor.
Experiential Eating
Consumers search for themed dining experience to satiate a need for adventure
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Experiential Cafe Coffee and tea houses elevate experiences with unique in-store services Implications - Recognizing the need to entertain patrons, cafes are turning to niche hybrid services to create memorable consumer experiences. Integrating film studios and 3D-printing services, coffee and tea retailers are seeking to not only add a sense of novelty to the retail experience, but also provide patrons with activities and services that consumers wouldn't typically have access to. The integration of these services helps traditional retailers transform ordinary consumer experiences into exciting and unconventional activities.
Experiential Cafe
Coffee and tea houses elevate experiences with unique in-store services
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Upscale Tea A need for public consumption has resulted in upscale tea-drinking experiences Implications - Tea is a beverage closely associated with at-home relaxation, but as tea culture becomes more popular, consumers are more likely to want to enjoy the beverage in a public space with like-minded enthusiasts. To satiate this desire, there has been a rise in gourmet tea houses and luxurious out-of-home experiences, signaling that the beverage is evolving into an upscale indulgence.
Upscale Tea
A need for public consumption has resulted in upscale tea-drinking experiences
6 Examples + Score + Implications


Prehistoric Aesthetic Brands adopt designs reminiscent of dinosaurs to satiate primordial interest Implications - No longer just of interest to those who study paleontology, references to dinosaurs and archaic animals are emerging within mainstream culture to satiate obscure interests. Integrating prehistoric references into fashion labels and even interior decor, brands are using primordial designs to not only add a sense of novelty, but also to showcase an element of fearlessness and strength often associated with animals that roamed the earth thousands of years ago.
Prehistoric Aesthetic
Brands adopt designs reminiscent of dinosaurs to satiate primordial interest
6 Examples + Score + Implications


Plus-Size Positivism Consumers search for unique ways to feel good about their bodies Implications - Body acceptance still has a long way to go before it will reach the mainstream, but that hasn't discouraged plus-size consumers from searching for new ways to feel good about themselves. Whether it's enjoying user-generated content on the Internet or supporting body positive brands, consumers are taking a more positive, pleasure-based approach to self-acceptance.
Plus-Size Positivism
Consumers search for unique ways to feel good about their bodies
7 Examples + Score + Implications


PLUS 211 more Lighting PRO Trends and 1,085 examples!



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