Last updated on August 13th, 2020
If you’re looking to upgrade your space this summer, look no further than your lighting! Your fixture sizes, finishes, and placement can determine the mood and feel throughout each space, and changing out fixtures is an easy and impactful way to enhance your home’s design. Read on for lighting tips and fixture recommendations for each room of the home from our friends at Progress Lighting!
Your entryway serves as your first opportunity to welcome guests into the home and also sets the tone for the rest of your home’s design. Choose one or more large fixtures that create an inviting environment, and also make a statement, like this Caress chandelier!
Pay attention to fixture finishes and select lighting fixtures that complement your kitchen’s overall color scheme and style. Install a grouping of pendants or fun chandeliers, such as the Trestle collection, over your kitchen island to add personality to the room!
For the living room, choose multiple pendants to hang or create a focal point with one main decorative fixture to amplify the design.
To create a sense of elegance and tradition, dress up your dining room with several statement pendants that will reinforce a luxurious feel. Add dimmers to further emphasize a relaxed mood for your guests.
Envision a grand design for your primary bedroom to create a relaxed, comfortable space to wind down each day. Upgrade this space with an elegant statement chandelier, such as the Nissé chandelier.
Who says your primary bathroom can’t dazzle? Incorporating a chandelier (or two!) in an unexpected space such as your primary bath can quickly upgrade this space into the spa retreat you desire.
This post was contributed by Toll Brothers partner and leading lighting manufacturer Progress Lighting contributed to this story. Looking for more lighting tips and trends? Check out Progress Lighting’s Design Guide and take their new Style Quiz to find more lighting recommendations.
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