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Captivating Foyer Lighting
Underestimating the value of foyer lighting is like going on a date or an interview without
introducing yourself; you miss the opportunity of making a good first impression.
With Thanksgiving holiday fast approaching, make the foyer of your home a place that
welcomes and captivates your guests the moment they walk through the door.
1) Low Ceiling Foyers
In foyers with low ceilings, a flush-mount or semi-flush mount is a great way to add a decorative piece while keeping in mind any height restrictions.
The Autumn, finished in chrome, captures the appearance of frost that coats the branches in the crisp Autumn air.
2) High Ceiling Foyers
Taller ceilings allows for more grandiose scale fixtures that make a bold statement. The Glacier Ave Collection is more than twice the size of an average person, with a height of 156 inches or 13 feet.
LEDs are embedded in each crystal that cascades down to replicate the appearance of glacier ice.
3) Open Concept Foyers
The design of the Double Cirque embraces open concept design that welcome the eyes to different avenues of the home. This opulent chandelier is 4 feet wide, and made with hand forged steel to create an orbital structure.
4) Foyers with a Narrow Hallway
With a long narrow foyer, you can use multiple fixtures to create a visual echo effect. The Lombard Street pendant is a two tiered beauty that is perfect for a narrow foyer with high ceilings. The graphite framing highlights exposed bulbs that suspend from various heights.
5) Lighting Foyers with Portables
Placing portable lamps on an entry table captures the eyes and adds visual interest. The Sochi is a stunning and trendy table lamp that plays with geometric shapes and faux marble pattern. The lamp is topped off with a grey faux silk shade to balance the look.
For more selections, visit our showroom. Your foyer will be ready to make the best first impression!