By Kathleen. Indoor. Published at Tuesday, March 06th, 2018 - 09:31:06 AM.
Hang a Chandelier, if you are lucky enough to have high ceilings, take style notes from Sarah Sherman Samuel, and hang a statement chandelier. This lighting option is a foolproof way to create a focal point in your living room, and a modern mobile design (like the one pictured) sheds light while adding visual interest to your space. You can even keep your wall art to a minimum with such an eye-catching fixture.
This will free up space in your bedroom - no more lamps on the bedside tables - just more room for books! Wall sconces also make lovely bedroom lighting fixtures and can give a room a totally different look. With a mixture of bedroom lighting fixtures, your rooms lighting can be adjusted to look entirely different, depending on your mood.
Try recessed, can ceiling light fixtures focused on work areas. Or use indirect lighting around the perimeter of the ceiling-wall junction. On either side of the mirror above the sink, add a wall sconce light fixture. Avoid large wall sconces, or those that protrude too far from the wall, as they will make the room look cluttered. Layering these two types of light fixture will give you warm, gracious lighting in a small bathroom for guests.
With stone, glass and other sleek polished surfaces dominating most modern dining rooms, a pendant that highlights a contrasting finish makes for a delightful addition indeed. The surprising little twist could come in the form of trendy metallic lighting fixtures, a festive branch chandelier or ceiling lamps with a soft, natural vibe; take your pick!
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