The award-winning team at the Clipsal design lab have got a range of light and switch styles covered – ensuring the perfect fit for every unique client.
August 1st, 2018
Details like electrical switches and outlets are easily overlooked; yet when properly considered they can add depth and character to an interior space, as well as bringing greater comfort to the home. The design experts at Clipsal have mastered this facet of design.
Clipsal lets you go for the traditional look, or experiment with completely unique and bold design combinations. The extra bit of detail that can be found in electrical switches and outlets can add depth and character to your interior designs, as well as bringing greater home comfort and convenience to your clients.
Working in contemporary design, it’s important to ensure the angles in a room are in harmony with the lines in furniture. The Saturn Zen switch is designed as a response to this, removing all non-essential lines. The result is a geometric marvel; with a little added asymmetry in the way the buttons are positioned to balance the plate. Coming in a subtle white or black matte finish, Saturn Zen’s buttons are flush to the surface of the plate, with an elegant pinhole to let the light shine through, which helps locate the switch.
Perhaps your clients want a resort-style home to transport them into a feeling of a constant holiday… The design team at Clipsal created a breezy switch with a glass finish ideal for this situation. Its light and airy design make it ideal for spaces that are calm and relaxing, while its LED push buttons keep it sleek and sophisticated. The hardwearing finish of this glass switch is an easy to clean solution for kitchen and bathroom switches.
Clipsal Iconic Smart Devices allow lighting and appliances to be controlled from the touch of an app. Designed for energy efficiency and convenience in the palm of your hand, the Bluetooth-ready service is the ideal solution for modern lighting control.
For more electrical accessory inspiration, visit Clipsal.com.au/interiordesign by Schneider Electric.
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