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For example, the Jonathan Browning Studio Rameau Linear Chandelier pictured above serves as general lighting in the dining room of our Braeswood Place project. This chandelier hovers above a custom El Dorado Wood live-edge tabletop with a brass ModShop base. For example, the task lamp pictured above is from the hunting lodge bar of our recent Hedwig Village project. It might seem romantic to read a book in bed or sift through work files by the light of a single candle.

Without a gentle glow in the background, task lighting can strain your eyes or cramp your neck. Some interior designers refer to accent lighting as “highlighting” because it is often used to illuminate a shelf, artwork or piece of furniture.

The dual candle and crystal sconce pictured above illuminates a console table in the entryway of the Hedwig Village home we recently renovated. As noted above, conventional wisdom dictates how many homeowners — and even an interior designer or two — pick the perfect light fixtures. Classic crystal chandeliers and modern pendant lighting both pack a punch, but so do mammoth floor lamps and unconventional wall sconces.

Just take a look at the Kaleen Sculptural Resin Floor Lamp from Made Goods pictured above in the study of our University Place project. Does that piece not make a statement with its swirling conical base, impressive height and monochromatic appeal? The aforementioned walnut bookshelf sits next to an asymmetrical fireplace surround from Cosentino and a mixed-media piece by Nina Tichava.

Just as a graphic wallpaper or patterned textile can work in small spaces, so can large statement lighting. The key is to opt for statement lighting with clean lines, clear elements or lots of negative space.

Hudson Valley Lighting’s Austen Chandelier — pictured above in the formal sitting room of our Colonial Drive project — combines clean lines with negative space.

Dynamic, sculptural pieces like the Brass and Glass Globe Triple Circuit Pendant Light from 1stDibs pictured above in the lower right are equally ideal. Another myth is that dramatic overhead lighting — like a grand chandelier or bold pendant — simply isn’t possible in rooms with low ceilings. Hudson Valley Lighting’s Paige Chandelier was perfect for the girls’ bedroom in our Colonial Drive project.

Unless you plan to stand on your dining table or sit on your kitchen island, that gorgeous chandelier should not pose a problem. The twisty wall lights in the dining room are antique brass Continuum Collection sconces by Avram Rusu Studio from 1stDibs.

On the ceiling is a natural oak Workstead Lodge flush-mount light and a mostly black Brendan Ravenhill chandelier.

We chose an Austen Large Dual Function Floor Lamp in Matte White finish from Circa and an organic tiered drum chandelier for the ceiling. The tiered chandeliers in the primary bed and bath are quite distinct — providing the perfect amount of contrast. If you lack space on your nightstand for a table lamp or cannot disrupt a delicate wallpaper with a wall sconce, don’t despair.

Just make sure all your bedroom lights are dimmable to avoid waking your partner or straining your eyes while reading in bed. From the backyard, our clients and their guests can see these statement-making lights hovering just below the pool house’s exterior siding.

As such, the light fixtures, driveway, windows and front door you choose are all an introduction to your aesthetic and personal style.

When choosing the light fixtures for our Hedwig Village project, we took the opportunity to create some continuity between exterior and interior.

As you come up with statement lighting ideas of your own and start the search for your perfect piece, don’t forget about functionality.

Lighting Ideas to Illuminate & Elevate Your Home in 2022
Lighting Ideas to Illuminate & Elevate Your Home in 2022
Lighting Ideas to Illuminate & Elevate Your Home in 2022
Lighting Ideas to Illuminate & Elevate Your Home in 2022
Lighting Ideas to Illuminate & Elevate Your Home in 2022
Lighting Ideas to Illuminate & Elevate Your Home in 2022
Lighting Ideas to Illuminate & Elevate Your Home in 2022
Lighting Ideas to Illuminate & Elevate Your Home in 2022
Myth #1: Only Chandeliers Make a Major Impact in Interiors
Myth #1: Only Chandeliers Make a Major Impact in Interiors
Another Myth: Large-Scale Fixtures Only Work in Sizeable Spaces
Another Myth: Large-Scale Fixtures Only Work in Sizeable Spaces
Another Myth: Dramatic Lighting isn't Possible in Spaces with Low Ceilings
Another Myth: Dramatic Lighting isn't Possible in Spaces with Low Ceilings
Another Myth: All light fixtures must match each other
Another Myth: All light fixtures must match each other
Another Myth: table lamps and sconces are your only nightstand options
Another Myth: table lamps and sconces are your only nightstand options
It Doesn’t Matter What Indoor Lighting Looks Like from Outside
It Doesn’t Matter What Indoor Lighting Looks Like from Outside
Myth #7: Only Indoor Lighting Can Be Statement Lighting
Myth #7: Only Indoor Lighting Can Be Statement Lighting

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