There's no point in spending painstaking hours choosing the right wall color and accent pieces for a space if it isn't properly lit. A light fixture can make or break the entire look of a room - and the choices of lighting fixtures are endless. From wall sconces and Tiffany lamps to under cabinet lighting, the way in which you illuminate your space is crucial to a well-coordinated stylish space.
Mod and chic
The Lennoxx (via)A chandelier doesn't have to be wrought-iron or adorned in crystals - this modern twist on the traditional is white to match the table and chairs, giving this dining room a seamless look.
A perfect match
Decordir (via)Identical table lamps placed on either side of a room, like these metallic light fixtures propped on the ends of a couch, create balance and symmetry.
Furniture Portland (via)Lighting fixtures can become decor accents when they have similar designs - they can act as a way to tie the entire look of a room together.
HGTV (via)Illuminate your space outdoors and create a dreamy landscape. Spotlights, inset lights on the deck and even pretty white lights strung in trees are all great outdoor lighting options.
Modern Interior, Architecture and Furniture Design (via)Turn an ordinary home office into a urban oasis with edgy ceiling light fixtures like these outer-space-inspired orbs.
decor8 (via)Beds flanked with beautiful wall sconces offer both form and function - they are visually appealing and double as convenient reading lights.
Lolalina (via)A back porch can be accented by an endless array of light fixtures - think outside the box and opt for shabby chic lanterns fashioned out of colored glass jugs.
The Lennoxx (via)A vignette looks oh-so-haute-couture when the decor elements are doubled - two boldly-coloured window treatments are mixed with identical table lamps and two luxurious foot stools.
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