Lighting is like jewelry; it adds sparkle and shine to a room, and if thoughtfully chosen, can be a stand-out feature. Unfortunately, it is often an overlooked or underutilized design element. With all of the amazing lighting options now available, there is no excuse for an underdressed room. So, to get your creative juices flowing, here are some showstoppers…
Beth Daecher of bd home design + interiors brings drama to a simply elegant staircase with this 7 Gods Lighting stunner.
With the organic shape and airy feel of this Lindsey Adelman fixture, Fanny Abbes of The New Design Project creates a special corner for reading and relaxing.
I love the hint of an Asian pagoda in this Paul Pisanelli lighting. Designer Louisa G. Roeder brings the perfect blend of understated weight and openness for this sophisticated space.
Fanny Abbes of The New Design Project mixes several iconic George Nelson light fixtures to lighten and soften an original wood rafter ceiling in this Jersey apartment.
These graceful Restoration Hardware capiz shell orb lights prove that you can never get too much of a good thing. Duet Design Group balances the hard stone and metal surfaces of this entry with these silky, lustrous fixtures.
The feminine curves of Jonathan Adler’s Ventana Drum Chandelier are the perfect complement to the dining table and sophisticated chairs selected by Jennifer Barron Interiors.
The jaw-dropping bubble chandelier by Oly Studios bring drama to an otherwise calm living room designed by Lucie Ayres of 22 Interiors.
This mid-century dining area, designed by Gideon Mendelson has found its perfect match with this mobile-like David Weeks chandelier.
The metallic glass globes and warm bronze of this fixture from About Space lend shine to the organic elements in this dining room designed by Aaron Wong of Alexander Pollock.
Charles Prior of Baxter Creative picks up the subtle gray and white veining of this kitchen island and adds an edgy touch with the Christopher Boots Oracle fixture.
This Shape Up 3-piece chandelier by Ladies and Gentleman Studio for Roll & Hill has an industrial edge and is the perfect counterpoint to the Victorian feel of this moody powder room designed by Benni Amadi and Courtney Springer.
This Bistro Chandelier designed by Ian K. Fowler mimics the metal window casings and is an airy complement to the heavy dining table. Emily Mackie of Inspired Interiors mixes industrial and sculptural elements with this lighting choice.
This quirky Big Daddy’s Antiques fixture brings whimsy to a Lake Tahoe home designed by Antonio Martins.
Light, shine and elegance? Check! Studio SHK chose these Tom Dixon copper pendants to warm up a cool, neutral kitchen.
Want to make your entry a welcoming space with a wow factor? Photographer and home owner Olivia Wenger knew these fun Capiz Orb Pendants from West Elm were the perfect touch for this small foyer.
These unique Paul Ferrante pendants are a sophisticated way to bring a bold contrast to this white kitchen designed by Lindsay Chambers.
Can you imagine waking up each morning to this beautiful Arteriors Home Zanadoo Chandelier? Kriste Michelini of Kriste Michelini Interiors amps up the glamour with this inspired lighting choice.
This masculine office space designed by Yanic Simard of TIDG is softened by a curvy, airy Nuevo Chandelier.
I love the fairy tale feel of these matched Arteriors Home Winston Chandeliers. They are the crowning jewels of this Duet Design Group great room.