8 Striking Statement Lighting Ideas for Every Taste
Get Ready to Brighten Up
1. Elevate Your Decor Game With Striking Light Fixtures
The right accessory can really take an outfit to the next level. The same is true for indoor lighting. A fantastic fixture that makes a standout statement will enhance any space in your home. And lucky for you, there are plenty of room brightening options out there, from flush mounts to floor lamps and pendants to chandeliers. To help you illuminate all the living areas in your abode, here are our favorite statement lighting ideas
2. Modern Farmhouse Dining Room With a Cage Chandelier
Understated elegance describes this minimalistic cage-style chandelier in a modern farmhouse-inspired dining room by Kelly Nut Design. The large fixture’s clean lines complement the simplistic beauty of the space.
Carve out a parking spot for bikes in your garage with a whimsical marquee. Here Jaimee Rose Interiors did just that with custom signage. This idea proves that statement lighting can brighten up any spot in your abode.
Flushmount lighting can be visually exciting as shown in this contemporary apartment by Howells Architect and Design. Overhead are three prestigious art deco pieces by French designer Jean Perzel. The fixtures feature enameled optical glass with bronze accents. The beautiful pieces enlighten and refine the space without overwhelming. We also appreciate their clean shapes, which make them timeless.
Make the most of your fifth wall with this chic idea spotted on 6sqft. Graphic wallpaper and a large globe pendant lamp turn a ceiling into a focal point. Centering the repeated wallpaper pattern around the fixture is the trick that made it work.
In this mid-century modern-inspired dining room by Kelly Martin Interiors, the Sputnik Chandelier by Jonathan Adler adds retro flavor. The blingy brass light fixture is the only glam piece in the room. It beautifully offsets the clean lines of the wood table and the simple curves of the leather chairs.
Glam things up with an opulent fixture like this Boule de Cristal chandelier by Restoration Hardware. In this Hollywood Regency-inspired dining room by interior designer Zoë Feldman, the statement piece is a luxurious detail that does not feel too stuffy or over the top. Instead, it adds another rich layer on top of the high contrast patterned chairs and metallic breakfront.
Keeping things simple does not mean skimping on style. The Branching Chandelier by Lindsey Adelman anchors this chic dining room by Regan Baker Design. The metal branches and handcrafted glass globes on the fixture bring a refined touch that feels both simple and organic. We also love that it throws focus on the mid-century table and chairs, making the bright space feel warm and intimate without losing its modernist edge.
Source: The Spruce