Home / Style Guide / Inspirations / Style Definitions Find Your Decorating Style And find the lighting styles to match your taste Great lighting is more than illumination. Fixtures in your home should draw you in and reflect a style uniquely your own, as well as deliver essential brightness. You can get started choosing a lighting style by noticing the style cues that surround you. From items in your own closest; like the colors, and textures you gravitate to, to the things in your current home décor you are fond of, and even the things you admire most in friend’s homes - all will help guide you in making choices for your lighting. Below are some basic styles to help focus on where you should dig deeper. For example if you are a lover of the Traditional category, some style subsets to explore are: French or English Country, Shabby Chic, Victorian and Arts and Crafts. Subsets of Modern style that you may be drawn to include: Art Deco, Mid Century, Industrial, and Scandinavian. Just be sure to keep the target in mind – attaining a lighting style that you will love to live with, and is not just stylish, but lifestylish. Transitional "Transitional designs are the perfect blend of traditional and contemporary. With a wide-ranging appeal that is both elegeant and timeless, transitional always stays fresh-looking and fits comfortably in a wide-range of decorating styles." - Kichler Design Team Inspired by vintage industrial shipping crates, Moorgate fixtures feature an oversized X pattern in a rich black and brass finish combination. Knurled sockets in a contrasting finish bring a premium detail to this substantial, yet simple, statement piece. Modern "What I love about the soft modern look is the blending of up-to-date trends with simple clean forms. Pure geometric shapes are used in new and unexpected arrangements. The modern style distills these trends into their purest forms, providing great functional light with sculptural 'wow' looks. " - Kichler Design Team Geometric lines supsend soft orbs for a stye that wows at first sight. From mid-century modern living spaces to contemporary kitchens to minimalistic dinig rooms - Aura's assymetrical grid adds balance and interest to a variety of décors. Traditional "Today's traditional works great with a wide variety of looks. With a fresh twist on timeless styles, traditional is getting softer while retaining its elegance. Sophisticated but not 'fussy' is what new traditional is all about." - Kichler Design Team The Piper collection mixes modern with grace with its delicate glass bead accents. Making this a focal point in any room is the linear detail in the clear glass and metal rods finished in Chrome or Expresso.