The entryway. It’s the place you greet guests and say farewell. A spot to place mail and take a final look before heading out. Dress it up or make it functional. Your entryway has a lot of possibilities and with the right lighting, you can transform it into an unforgettable area of your home.
The entryway plays a significant role in your everyday living, and so does the lighting. Want to make a big impact? Consider a large pendant or chandelier. Dealing with a smaller space? Consider sconces at the sides of a mirror to add depth. Mudroom area? Add ceiling lights and sconces to help add functional light to the room.
Inviting Lighting for Entryways
Pendants combine form and function in a truly stellar way. As versatile in style as they are in their options for placement, we’ll show you how pendants can light up your entryway room like no other light can.Pendant Planning
Small Space Tips
Don’t let square footage be the boss – let lighting be the solution. From a entryway or half bath to a studio apartment, the right lighting can make all the difference. Think of it this way: size doesn’t dictate style, it simply gives you a set of parameters.Small Space Solutions
Brilliantly Light Your Art
Have a piece of art or a mirror that you would like to feature in your entryway? Place sconces on each side to frame the area and add illumination to the space. Mirrors add depth to a space and allow for a quick final check before heading out for the day.Install a Wall Sconce
A welcoming first impression
With your front porch or doorway area, you have a chance to welcome guests to your home before they even set foot in the door. Porch lights or wall lights work best when placed above shoulder height to keep direct light out of your eyes.Outdoor Lighting Placement