Chandeliers and Pendant Lighting
Both of these lighting options hang from the ceiling to illuminate an area. Chandeliers are found most often in eating areas and can add style and ambience to the space. Pendant lights are smaller than chandeliers and as a result, light smaller areas. Depending on the size and height of your foyer you may opt for a chandelier or pendant light.
Wall sconces are a great option to both light and decorate virtually any room or hallway in your home. Many chandelier lines have coordinating sconces for dining room walls and some vanity light lines have a matching sconce for separate toilet areas. One of the main benefits of the wall sconce is that many styles can be mounted with the light source aimed up or down. The only caution is to make sure you mount it at the right height on the wall for both optimal lighting and to avoid seeing the bulb.
Most women will tell you that proper lighting in a bathroom is of paramount importance. When choosing a vanity light, make sure that the area will be lit evenly. Many manufacturers offer the same style in two to five bulb options. Your designer can help guide you to choosing the right number of bulbs to best compliment and light your bathroom.
A ceiling light encompasses a wide range of lighting options. Many homeowner remodeling their kitchen or bathrooms opt for can lighting. Flushmount and semi-flushmount lights are great options for hallways and laundry rooms or over kitchen eating areas. Track lighting gives a modern look to almost any room and is a great solution for your kitchen if you can’t mount into the ceiling.
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Depending on your remodeling project you may opt for under cabinet lights, accent lighting on top of cabinets, and floor or table lights. Our designers understand the importance lighting plays in the ability to work, create a mood, and harmony. Let us help you choose lighting options for your home remodeling project. Call us today at (503) 635-3456.