Shining a Light on Light Fixture Selections
Many considerations go into the selection of light fixtures for a space. How much natural lighting is available, how big [or small] is the area that requires light, what other finishes are used in the room that may need to be matched or complimented, and so forth. We had such a wonderful time working with the homeowners of this Shingle Style Lodge home to create a cohesive and captivating lighting experience! In this first of two blog post, we will highlight the main living spaces - the dining room, kitchen, and great room.
The Dining Room
An all-time favorite of mine, [you might hear this a lot in this post!] the infamous Halo from Barbara Barry placed over the table. Dramatic yet simple. Transitional and can use as one pendant or multiples.
The details in the Reverie double sconces by Kelly Wearstler flanking the built-in cabinetry are breathtaking. Bold but elegant.
In the Kitchen
A unique shape with fabulous light output. The finish on these pendant lights is smashing, just like the design!
The Great Room
This grandeur fixture feels rustic yet has little jackets that accept each candelabra, which gives it a bit of formality. This finish is amazing and the texture on this Chapman & Myers piece is able to be seen from standing anywhere in the room.
The Edie Baluster sconces in this space were needed to be robust enough to warrant the soaring ceiling. I believe they fit this space perfectly.
Each of these lighting beauties amplify the beauty of this home! They are like the icing on the cake!
[A special thanks to Circa Lighting for providing amazing resources and such great collaboration!]
"Burn the candles, use the china..."