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If your home has a dramatic two-level entry with a staircase, then you undoubtedly need a statement-making light fixture. There are a variety of styles from which to choose, from traditional to modern and farmhouse. Read on to learn some strategies for choosing the best chandelier for your space.
Cascading from the ceiling like a waterfall, this stunning chandelier grounds an entryway design by Jacklyn Graniczny of Sublime Homes. With such a show-stopping focal point, the rest of the space can remain neutral, with beige walls and cream trim. Dark wood flooring and front door help to ground the entry sequence.
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Perfect symmetry is at play in this design by Kelly Taylor of Kelly Taylor Interior Designs. A simple glass semi-flush mount highlights the stairs tile fabric-shaded wall sconces guide visitors around to each side. Soft gray walls and white trim complete this traditional stairway space.
An ultramodern and minimal space with a stair can benefit from a statement chandelier. Too plain of a fixture would disappear and the room could feel lacking of a focal point. During the day the space receives plentiful natural light and the fixture is like a sculpture, but come night time, it takes over to light the space.
This understated, elegant space features white walls and molding with just a simple accent of black on the stair railing and trim. The effect is bright, modern but also classic. The chandelier falls in line with that aesthetic; a minimal framework suggests a traditional chandelier shape but feels thoroughly modern.
In this traditional entryway design by Kelly Taylor of Kelly Taylor Interior Designs, the stairwell is delineated by a soft blue shade, while the rest of the entry is a soft gray. Similarly patterned carpet treatments tie the two zones together. A semi-flush mount fixtures provides light for both spaces, aided by a table lamp.
This grand entrance features two levels of windows, which admit ample natural lighting. White walls further reflect the light, and a touch of black trim anchors the space. A two tier chandelier mirrors the clean aesthetic of the space will providing the perfect punctuation.
Bring a festive feel to your entry stair year round with a tiered resin chandelier. The design recalls the sparkle of traditional crystal chandeliers but adds a clean, modern spin. It’s a perfect choice for a transitionally designed space such as this, which combines traditional and modern elements.
The combination of wood flooring, soft cream walls and classical sculptures produces a refined and stately stairway area. A multitiered chandelier with an oil-rubbed bronze finish picks up on the wood accents. Wood beams add depth to the high ceiling.
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Now that you’ve learned 25 different ideas about how to select the right fixture for your staircase and entryway, it’s time to take the final step: choosing the right fixture for your home! We hope these ideas have sparked some of your own. The entryway is the first impression your home makes to guests, so make it a good one.
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