One of the most important things to consider when composing a room’s design is lighting. We’re partial to chandeliers and find that through the use of them, three critical things happen:
The eye is drawn up.
Drawing the eye upwards has it benefits, especially in smaller spaces that can appear larger by implementing design elements vertically. This foyer’s tall ceilings are showcased through the use of a large chandelier.
Defined spaces are created.
This dining room’s chandelier helps to create a prescribed eating area that’s separate from the rest of the space. This approach is especially useful in open living plans or multi-function rooms.
A room’s aesthetic is reinforced.
By using a very specific color, shape and style for an overhanging fixture, a room’s aesthetic can be either reinforced or undermined. This bathroom’s black candelabra chandelier instantly creates drama and ties back into the rest of the space’s look and feel.