Different Types of Outdoor Wall Lighting (Complete Buying Guide). Whether you need security lights, ambient lighting for a particular area in your yard, or light fixtures to accessorize your home's exterior, here is our ultimate guide to outdoor wall lighting for your home. When considering outdoor wall lighting, or outdoor sconce lighting, there are several things you should consider. Some consumers choose outdoor lighting strictly for design, while others want lighting for security. A variety of motion-triggered flood lights, for example, work well for security. However, you certainly don't have to sacrifice style for function. There are many styles of wall-mounted outdoor lighting, so there are absolutely options to match the style of your home as well as your own taste. “Sconce” is simply a term for any wall-mounted lighting, indoors or outdoors. Sconces are wonderful because they can provide any type of lighting you need—ambient, accent, or task lighting—depending on the sconce you select.
Living Rooms with Pendant Lights (Photo Gallery). Pendant lights aren't a super popular living room ceiling lighting option; chandeliers and flush-mount ceiling lights are a bit more common. Lamps (table and floor) are also popular for living rooms. When living rooms have pendant lighting, it's often complemented with recessed lighting (track lighting in older homes). Nevertheless, as you will see in our gallery below, some living rooms do have pendant lights. FYI, in some cases there's debate whether a particular light is a pendant light or a chandelier. Chandelier designs have moved into pendant light design territory while island and sputnik style pendants can appear as chandelier. Accordingly, we understand if you disagree with any particular categorization… sometimes it's a judgement call.
Glittering Foyers with Chandeliers (2018). When you have a foyer with a tall ceiling, a chandelier is an ideal lighting option. You can brightly light up the entrance to offer a well lit entry for guests, plus they can look fabulous. However, if you have a lower ceiling, a chandelier is not the best ceiling light option because you don't want your guests to walk into the light upon entering your home. Like with most lighting options, what works best for your room/home largely depends on each individual space. Below is our foyer chandelier gallery to give you an idea of what different types of chandeliers look like in various foyer designs.
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