produce a welcoming environment in your entryway with a pendant light that puts your home’s character on display. discover our finest ideas as well as techniques for selecting as well as installing a hanging light below.
Use illumination to add a graphic punch. A sculptural silk-ribbon light fixture provides decorator Elizabeth Margles’ otherwise standard foyer a contemporary update.
Photographer: Alex Lukey
Source: home & house April 2016
Designer: Joel Bray as well as Elizabeth Margles
Consider the clearance needed to open the door. Most front doors swing inward, so be sure to think about the area needed to completely open the door prior to hanging your fixture.
Photographer: Donna Griffith
Source: home & house September 2016
Designer: Margot Bell, Katelyn Hermant as well as Dasha Ricci, Peaks & Rafters
Layer lighting. A mix of illumination — including pendant lights, a table lamp as well as wall sconces — make this spacious foyer by designer Katherine Newman feel bright as well as inviting.
Photographer: Tony Soluri
Source: home & house April 2013
Designer: Katherine Newman
Hang multiples in diverse heights. Designer Julie Charbonneau hung a tiered fixture above a contemporary Saarinen table for a statement-making entrance.
Photographer: Monic Richard
Source: home & house February 2012
Designer: Julie Charbonneau
Simplicity can make a strong statement. A duo of rice paper pendants seem to float in Laurence Martocq’s airy cottage entryway.
Photographer: Alex Lukey
Source: home & house August 2017
Designer: Laurence Martocq
Keep your fixture at least 4′ from the walls. Hanging a pendant light in the center of the hall will make sure that interior doors — including these mirrored wardrobe doors in Karine Borris’ house — can open without disruption.
Photographer: Maxime Desbiens
Source: home & house June 2017
Designer: Mélanie Cherrier
Choose a pendant that glows all over. A light that seems to glow (as opposed to one that produces a spotlight) is excellent for high-traffic areas. Here, a Moroccan-inspired fixture provides a Manhattan entrance a jewel-box appeal.
Photographer: John Gruen as well as Maxime Desbiens
Source: home & house October 2016
Designer: Garrow Kedigian
Select a single show-stopping pendant. In the center hall of Lise Anne Gougeon as well as David Sword’s home, an opulent brass pendant makes a spectacular very first perception without overwhelming the space.
Photographer: Valerie Wilcox
Source: home & house April 2017
Designer: Stephanie Pellatt, Pivot Design; Leanne Tammaro as well as Adolphina Karachok, Designtheory
Leave at least 7′ of area from the fixture to the floor. Hanging a long pendant better to the ceiling provides it pride of location without being obtrusive.
Photographer: MicHael Graydon
Fuente: Hogar y casa enero de 2014
Diseñador: Silvana d’Adtazio
Considere la vista. Si su casa tiene una ventana sobre su puerta principal, centre el accesorio para establecer la escena tanto para el interior como para el exterior.
Fotógrafo: Alex Lukey
Fuente: Hogar y casa julio de 2016
Diseñador: Margot Bell, Peaks & Fters